Volunteer opportunities abound at Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm.  A non-profit organization such as ours would not be possible without a wonderful and active group of volunteers. Quiet Valley is an amazing place to volunteer. Here you can work in a pleasant rural setting, enjoy the fresh air, the countryside, and get a little taste of farm life. There is always a chance to learn new things. At Quiet Valley senior citizens, families, couples, teenagers, and individuals can all find a niche to fill. There is something for everyone!

We offer a variety of engaging tasks ranging in time commitment from an hour or two to those involving regular attendance and training such as assisting with tours. As a volunteer, you can gain knowledge and experience with public speaking, animal husbandry, heritage crafts, trade skills, folk art, agricultural history and more.

Not really comfortable talking to the public or being in costume? No problem. We need help behind the scenes  too.

For more information about volunteering email: farm@quietvalley.org 


Junior Interpreters
Quiet Valley could always use a helping hand.  Through this summer program, we invite students ages 12-17  to help with a variety of tasks around the farm, including learning parts of the historic tour. There is a limited number of opportunities available.
Please contact the Director of Education with questions or click on link 2021 Junior Volunteer Program Application for details and an application.

Junior Event Volunteers
We invite students ages 14 to 18 to volunteer at our major fundraising events as well as our smaller summer events. Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator to volunteer or for more info. Details on these events can be found on the Calendar of Events page.


Click here for Volunteer Brochure/Form

Here is just a sample of the ways adult volunteers can get involved:

  • Teaching: if you have a craft or skill, you can teach it
  • Demonstrate: show a skill you know to visitors
  • Tour Guiding: act as tour guide for school groups and visitors
  • Cleaning: help clean up after special events or get the farm ready for the spring, summer, and fall.
  • Wood Cutting:  cut and/or split wood, or help stack it in the wood shed
  • Entertainment: singing publicly, storytelling, acting or playing a musical instrument for a special event
  • Gardening: weeding, planting, bundling flowers for drying, helping at the Summer Garden Party
  • Handyman/Carpenter: Help with repairs and building projects when they come up, repair fencing, etc.
  • Scout and Service Projects