We are a 501(c)3 non-profit supporting local food and farms through educational programs and a year round indoor farmers market.


The WWOLF program provides organized volunteer assistance in the form of volunteers, or “wwolf packs” to local farmers at their farms or ranches. In return volunteers learn where and how local food is grown while fostering an intimate connection with the food that sustains us all.

If you are interested in participating in WWOLF please join our mailing list (click on the “sign up for newsletter” button on the homepage) and keep your eye on Central Oregon Locavore News. Children are welcome, but must be supervised at ALL times!


How it Works

  • Meet at the farm by 10:00am; we encourage folks to carpool from Locavore at 9:00am (announcement will be made when carpooling available)
  • Tour of projects and split into work groups
  • Break for lunch around noon
  • Return to work until finished at 3:00pm
  • Free beverages and lunch will be provided


What to Bring

  • Work gloves!
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Clothing for the weather
  • Hat and sunscreen
  • Lunch, snacks, and water
  • Camera

April WWOLF Register Here

Where: Fields Farm @ 61915 Pettigrew Rd, Bend

When:  April 14th 10am to 3pm

What: Help Fields Farm plant thousands of onion transplants and continue fixing infrastructure Make sure to dress warm for this event. All activities will be outside!

May WWOLF Register Here

Where: Hope Springs (64615 Hunnell Road)

When: May 12th 10am to 3pm

What: Help Jeff, Lysa, and the kids with daily chores and some bigger project (TBD)

June WWOLF Register Here

Where: Windy Acres (3320 NW Stahancyk Lane Prineville) 

When:  June 9th 10am to 3pm

What: A wide array of farm tasks including cleaning, clearing, mending, and preparing for theh Annual Dairy Day event on June 18th.

July WWOLF Registration Coming Soon

Where: Barley Beef

When: July 14th 10am to 3pm

What: TBD


What to Expect

  • Good clean (dirty) fun, new friends and local connections, a deep sense of personal satisfaction, and a boots-on-the-ground education about local farming practices
  • Work at your own pace. Be prepared to sweat, but we also want you to enjoy yourself. Take rest breaks as needed
  • Children are welcome, but they must be supervised at all times.
  • As much as we love our furry friends, dogs are not allowed
  • Just so we don’t catch you by surprise, we will ask that you sign a waiver before participating in the work event. Waivers will be available at the farm

Past WWOLF Events

WWOLF at Rainshadow Organics – April 2014

WWOLF at Dome Grown Produce – November 2013


We are a 501(c)3 non-profit supporting local food and farms through educational programs and a year round indoor farmers market.