CBI's Giving Tree Farm

CBI's Giving Tree Farm is a non-profit organization that started 13 years ago as community garden for people with disabilities. As the garden continued to grow, more people started to volunteer. Eventually, a heated greenhouse was built which allowed a year round horticultural therapy program to start. That program continues today, and the garden project has become a productive certified organic farm with 7 acres of fields, a heated greenhouse and 8 hoop houses for year round production. The farm is now owned and operated by Community Based Interventions. CBI runs a vocational training and rehabilitation program on the farm site. Monday through Friday, people who have suffered Traumatic Brain Injuries come out to help grow fresh, healthy, produce for CSA members, area restaurants, the East Lansing Food Co-op, and local farmers markets.

Listing last updated on Feb 12, 2013

We have openings for our 2013 CSA program which runs from May 29th through October 23rd. Please email me for more information. Thanks!

Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2001

# of Shares:  50

Full Share:  $350 for the season (22 weeks: May-Oct.). Our shares are designed to feed two people. A vegetable-loving family should order 2 shares. We also have a small number of Spring and Fall shares available.

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

At the Allen Neighborhood Center Wednesdays from 2:30 to 6:30 PM

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