Ongoing Events

Monthly Membership Meetings

As a member of the Community Farm, you have a voice and a vote on major decisions on how the farm is run. Through the consensus decision making process, all views are heard on a proposal and an agreement is reached that all can live with. Membership meetings are held on the third Saturday of each month from 1-3pm at the farm.


You might call these meditative exercises or botany lessons. We think of them as chances to learn from a plant. Former Farmer and lifetime Community Farm member, Karen Chalmer, will lead these lovely lessons. She was taught this method by the founding mothers of the farm, who learned it during their apprenticeship from Sherry Wildfeuer, the editor of the Kimberton calendar.

To understand a plant you have to slow down and focus your attention. Developing these skills and exercising our senses in the service of awareness bring positive results in many areas of life. In addition, the plants’ teachings are always inspiring.

Dress for being outside in whatever weather prevails. We will be sitting for a long time. You can bring a chair or mat if you want. A field lens or magnifying glass is fun, but not necessary.

Anyone who wants to participate and can sit quietly for 2 hours is welcome.  You must be present for the entire time—it is not possible to start late or leave early.

These lessons are free to members.  A donation to the farm of $5 per person is suggested for non-members.  

Plant Studies will be held once a month on the second Saturday from 3-5pm

(July 10, August 14, September 11, and October 9)

Please notify Karen (734-475-7451) by the Friday before if you plant to attend.

If you have a group of 3 or more and would like to arrange a plant study for a date other than one of these, contact Karen at 734-475-7451



2021 July Weed and Sings will be held:

every Tuesday 10-11:30am

every Wednesday 12-2pm

every Saturday 10am-12pm

Join in whenever you can. Bring a friend if you want. Check in later for August and September dates.

A singing and weeding party at the farm!  We teach each other rounds and other songs, and sing them (or hum them, or listen to them) while we weed.  The singing makes the work more fun; it makes the plants grow better, and you vibrate more harmoniously.  It all works out so well.  Join us anytime.  Feel free to bring friends.  Young children will need to be supervised by a non-participating adult outside the field.  Absolutely no experience is necessary. If you’d like to do a Weed&Sing on some day other than those listed above, Karen would be happy to arrange it.  It’s best if you can round up a couple of other singers, but not absolutely necessary.  E-mail