Unadilla Community Farm is an off-grid fruit & vegetable farm and non-profit permaculture education center, situated on 12 beautiful acres of field and forest in West Edmeston, in central New York State. The Unadilla River, which runs alongside our farm, gets its name from the indigenous Oneidan word for “a meeting place.” And at its very core, Unadilla Community Farm is just that – a place for people to come together, learn valuable skills from one another, and celebrate our togetherness with each other and with the natural world. Our mission is to provide a space for the teaching and practice of sustainable skills.
Additional Information about Accommodations:Our farm is entirely off-grid and is transitioning off of fossil fuels. We now rely 100% on off-grid solar for all of our lighting, charging electronics, landscaping tools, irrigation, and some power tools. Sleeping accommodations include 2 single bedrooms in the barn loft, 2 double bedrooms in the skoolie (converted school bus), or tent camping (bring your own tent & camping gear). All organic vegetarian/vegan meals and snacks are provided, and typically eaten communally. The farm is a substance-free space. We have both indoor and outdoor kitchens, indoor and outdoor compost toilets, and a gravity-fed unheated shower as well as access to the Unadilla River. We don’t have wifi, but do have good cell phone reception with Verizon.
Size of project site
People on site
2 - 15
May to October
October to April
- tent camping
- shared rooms
- private room
- communal kitchen access
- communally cooked meals
- None: Off the grid
- nutrition/cooking1-2 times per week
- plant medicine1-2 times per week
Unadilla Community Farm is currently offering the following opportunities:
- ORGANIC FARMING
- NATURAL BUILDING
- PERMACULTURE INTERNSHIP
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