Happyville Community Farm is participating in the #SeedMoneyChallenge, a 30-day fundraising challenge and we could really use your support TODAY! In addition to keeping 100% of the funds we raise from individuals like you, we have a chance to win a challenge grant of up to $1000 from SeedMoney based on how much we raise over the course of the 30-day period running from Nov 15 to Dec 15.

As extra incentives, SeedMoney is offering a $400 bonus grant to the campaign that raises the most in the first 24 hours and 50 $100 bonus grants to the 50 garden projects that raise the most during the first week. Your support TODAY can put us into the running for one of those bonus grants. You can find our donation page here:  https://donate.seedmoney.org/9427/happyville-community-farm 

Welcome to Happyville Community FarM
Idaho’s only urban nonprofit farm

 We raise fresh produce for the hungry and teach all ages about growing healthy food in an ecologically sustainable environment.  We promote school gardens and youth learning at the farm and in our quarter-acre woods.  We offer a unique and welcoming community green space for all ages and abilities, especially the young people, seniors, and people with disabilities in the neighborhood around the farm.

 Happyville Farm is run by volunteers of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.
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.


Volunteers make it happen! It is with the help of volunteers we can plant, harvest and distribute fresh, organic produce for  Community Food Basket Idaho Falls.


The Happyville Farm provides educational opportunities for local students, volunteers and the community. 

Plus More....

The farm has plans to create an urban forest, a walking path and green space for the community to enjoy for generations to come. 

Gabriel, a College of Eastern Idaho student, enjoys volunteering at the farm for the sense of community.

Charlie, an Idaho Falls High School student, is doing his senior project about pollinators and teaches beekeeping to other students at the farm.

Ryker, a neighborhood kid,  likes to help out at the farm. He likes his Happyville Farm t-shirt almost as much as getting to eat carrots he dug himself.

Cris, a neighborhood resident, volunteers at the farm by watering plants and bagging produce.