LEAVE YOUR LEGACY AT LAND'S SAKE FARM
Leaving your legacy at Land's Sake Farm adds your name into farm history and helps us get closer to completing Phase 2 of our Capital Campaign. Inscribe a personalized name, message, or tribute on a meaningful landmark that lives on the farm. Examples include having your name engraved on a rain garden river rock, having a plaque placed on a picnic table or special bench, or honoring someone by having their name placed on a plaque in our education garden, bunny hutch, or chicken coop.These make wonderful gifts! Proceeds benefit Land’s Sake Farm and our Grow with Us Campaign.
Become a Rock Legend
Inscribed rock: $500 (unlimited)
Choose a rock directly from our fields and our partners at American Stonecraft will have it carved and engraved into a beautiful piece with the naming of your choice (ie: family name). Rocks will be placed in one of our two new rain gardens, situated near the new barn. Rocks can be picked from the field during our events, or you can contact us at email@example.com to arrange to do it on your own time!
Grow Our Outdoor Cooking Program
Education Pizza Oven: SOLD OUT
Help us connect farm visitors to the land and the food we grow by providing tools that better enable us to cook with kids and adults alike, giving community members personal connection with the nutritious food grown on the farm. We will create a personalized plaque to be placed near the oven.
Grow Our Bunny Programs
Bunny Hutch: $4,000 (1 remaining)
With the bunnies now spending summers and winters on the farm, we need new hutches that will allow them to stay comfortable year-round. The new double-decker bunny hutches will give us the ability to add insulation and window protection in colder months.
Grow Our Chicken Programs
Mobile Chicken Coop: SOLD OUT
A chicken coop on wheels provides a mobile space for Land’s Sake chickens to forage, safe from predators. The coop’s mobility will allow our flock to adventure and improve our ability to organically control a wider range of pests all over the farm, including ticks!
Grow Our Education Garden
Raised Garden Beds: $1,000 (8 remaining)
The Land’s Sake Education Garden is planted, maintained, harvested, and enjoyed by children as they learn to connect the land to the food they eat. Help us build and install new beds that are more readily accessible for kids of all abilities and sizes.
Grow Our Habitat
Plant a Tree: $2,000 (CLOSED)
We will plant Conifer trees on the farm which will grow into wonderful wildlife habitat, provide shade from summer heat, and screen neighbors’ homes from farm activities. Our aim is to plant native trees that can withstand deer nibbling and snowy winters.
Grow Our Community space
Staff-Made Bench: $6,000 (3 remaining)
Land’s Sake staff will use sustainably sourced wood from trees on the farm and incorporate pieces of our old farmstand to create new benches on the farm. The comfortable benches will provide a tranquil rest spot for community members to enjoy the quiet beauty of the farm.
Fire hydrant $5,000 (SOLD OUT)
Phase 1 of the Grow with Us campaign brought critically needed water infrastructure to the farm, including 2 new fire hydrants. Dog friends are part of the community at Land's Sake! Cheekily honor a treasured canine family member with a fire hydrant legacy at Land's Sake, and have their name permanently hand-lettered on one of the hydrants.
Grow with us Community
With help from community members like you, the Grow With Us capital campaign for Land’s Sake Farm has been able to bring year round water and electricity to the farm, and build a greenhouse and barn (currently serving as our farmstand) on site. This new infrastructure helped the farm grow more food for our community and those in need, run more programs and bring us all together more often as a community.
We are at almost 80% of our total fundraising goal! Phase 2 of the campaign includes building a new farmstand and equipment barn, and readying our new animal barn for year-round education. These new structures will transform the farm into a more sustainable organization, with proper food storage and wash stations, a year-round sales area, and a community kitchen where the community can cook and learn together.