Gorman Heritage Farm
Gorman Heritage Farm is a local, 122-acre working and educational farm located just up the road from MND. Volunteers help tend to the many needs of the farm, and will learn simple, yet important ways they can help care for God’s creation.
Participants work in the organic gardens, assist with construction and painting projects, rake leaves, help with the annual Sunflower Festival, visit with the farm animals, and much more.
Madison Wittekind '18 (Chair) | Ashley Yeoman '19 | Kamille Harris '20
- Sat, Oct 7 and Sun, Oct 8 - Sunflower Festival (Click HERE for information)
- Sat, Oct 21, 2017 | 9 am - Noon
- Sat, Nov 18, 2017 | 9 am - Noon
- Sat, Dec 9, 2017 | 9 am - Noon
- Second Semester Dates coming in Dec
Students will register to participate in Gorman Farm via the Service + Justice Project Registration Form.
Gorman Farm Waiver Form
All participants must print, complete and submit a Gorman Farm Waiver. This waiver should be brought with you during your first visit. Once you complete and submit a waiver to Gorman you will be good for the entire year.
Visit Sign Up Process
The leaders will email all registrants, inviting them to sign up for specific visits and activities. Each activity will have a different number of slots available.
Participants need to provide their own transportation to/from Gorman Farm. Gorman is located 5 minutes from Mount Notre Dame at 10052 Reading Road, 45241.
This project may need VIRTUS-trained adults to participate. If adult drivers are needed, the leaders will notify parents who indicate interest on the Community Service Registration Form for their daughter.