Happyville Community FarM
A nonprofit URBAN farm
Growing * Caring * Sharing

Happyville Community Farm is an independent non-profit working to advance community health and vitality through growing and sharing fresh local produce, using ecologically friendly farming and gardening techniques, in order to nourish people while sustaining and improving our social and natural environment.

Happyville Farm is run by volunteers of all ages and abilities. 
Contact us to volunteer or donate


We grow a wide range of
organic produce depending on the time of the year, from lettuce and peas in the spring to beans and tomatoes in the summer.


Our volunteers distribute fresh, organic produce to local soup kitchens. The produce we bring has the highest nutritious value since it is freshly picked before being used. 


The Happyville Farm provides hands-on learning about soil composition, water conservation, plant growth, and pollinators for local students. 


All are welcome at the farm, to volunteer, learn, spend time in nature, and be with friends while helping grow food for others. 

Service missionaries help at the farm with preparing beds for planting to harvesting produce for donation. 

A high school student did his senior project about pollinators and taught other students about bee maintenance. 

The farm is a great place for children to spend time outside and learn about nature.

Dee is a regular volunteer who enjoys gardening.