Donate & Engage
A For-Community Enterprise
Knoll Farm is a for-community enterprise in service to those far away and to the soils and people of our Mad River Valley. With our belief that community service is the necessary, everyday
work of individuals and families, we are well into our second decade of providing a social mission interwoven into a working family farm.
There are many ways to help us make a difference below.
Support Better Selves Fellowship
As of Wednesday, August 8, we’ve raised $17,804 for the Better Selves Fellowships. If we can reach $25,000 by Saturday night, August 11, a donor will contribute the final $10,000 to meet our goal. Please help us reach $25,000 by Saturday night.
Your gift to the Better Selves Fellowship will help fund a week of renewal and remembering for 40 change-makers dedicated to social justice, conservation and community resiliency.
The Better Selves Fellowship at Knoll Farm is one of several programs of New Learning Journey, a public charity that supports those walking the edge between social justice, conservation and community resilience. We see a larger and more diverse world that cares about the relationship between people and nature than is reflected in the story of conservation today. We seek to respectfully reduce that gap through in-depth, transformational, cross-cultural learning experiences to foster new ways of thinking and new partners. Your donation is tax deductible.
Support Our Farm
Your gift of any amount to our farm will help us continue many environmental and social projects that grow in impact each year and help us give back to the land and our community. These include researching and restoring the ecosystem for wild pollinators and songbirds; building resilient, carbon-sequestering soils; continuing our transition to all renewable energy, and opening our land for recreation, nature study and ceremonial gathering spaces for our community.
Support Spoons For All
Here at Knoll Farm and in places as far away as Alaska and Guatemala, we have used spoon carving as a way to bring diverse groups together and for helping people to access their creativity while making a tool for nourishment. Spoon carving thus becomes an important act of community building because it helps very different people to laugh and work together, to imagine something together and to become allies to one another.
Your gift of $100 to Spoons for All supports community building inspired by our late friend and mentor Bill Coperthwaite. You will receive a limited edition of the biography we wrote about Bill, A Man Apart.
Thanks to contributions from people like you, thousands have come to Knoll Farm to take part in community events, retreats or workshops, to walk the land, or to celebrate the life of a loved one. We are grateful for your support of any amount.
WITH LOVE AND APPRECIATION,
By joining our community, you become part of the story of this land.
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