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Be a LAGG Teaching Garden Keeper

Be a LAGG Teaching Garden Keeper


Because of the training time involved, we require a weekly commitment for a minimum of three months to be a LAGG Garden Keeper. If you are a beginner, do not worry. By helping, you will learn how to tend an organic edible garden. If you are looking to volunteer on a one-time basis, please see some options on our volunteer opportunity page.

Currently our Garden Keeper volunteers tent our garden Saturday and Tuesday mornings.  

We observe the current COVID-19 safety standards (2/3/23):

  • We encourage all participants to be vaccinated.
  • Symptom screening. All volunteers are reminded to please continue to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and to stay home if you are ill or have symptoms that are not from a known or chronic condition. Even when you are sick with something other than COVID-19, please stay home to avoid spreading illnesses to others.
  • If you have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, you should get tested. Testing is free and easy from many providers statewide and you may also use at-home antigen tests. At home, you can order free self-test kits, delivered to your home from the U.S. Postal Service, even if you’ve ordered before. Visit:
  • Use of masks is strongly recommended for all people while working indoors, particularly in crowded situations or large groups.
  • Monitor the situation. Use the CDC Community Levels website to monitor the relative transmission of COVID-19 in your county and be prepared to react if local health orders or other conditions require a change in safety protocols.

Please sign up for our email list and we'll let you know when new volunteer opportunities are available.
We look forward to seeing you in the garden soon!

Learn and Grow through Action.
Planting, watering, weeding and harvesting!


Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.