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Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetlands

Find out about Seattle's largest urban farm in Rainier Beach neighborhood.

The Rainier Beach Urban Farm and Wetlands (RBUFW) is in the early stages of Welcome to RBUFWbecoming an urban community learning farm where people learn to grow food in the city.

The farm used to be called the Atlantic City Nursery and is owned by Seattle Parks and Recreation. Seattle Tilth was granted co-operatorship of the site in 2011 along with Friends of Rainier Beach Urban Farm and Wetlands.

Harvesting Sunchokes With the help of community volunteers and organizations, Seattle Tilth is developing the site into a dynamic farm that will be an educational place for the whole community.

  1. Please complete a required Volunteer/Intern Registration Form.
  2. Next, attend a Volunteer Orientation at Rainier Beach or Good Shepherd Center
  3. Read on for more information about our Volunteer and Internship opportunities in south Seattle. Contact with any questions.

Weekly Drop-in Work PartiesTeen Work

Weekly volunteer work parties are happening every Saturday and you are invited to stop by and get your hands dirty! Learn from the experts through hands-on experience at this urban farm in Rainier Beach and be part of an exciting process of growing a community farm!

Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetlands
5513 S. Cloverdale Street
Seattle, WA 98118
Get directions Mural Paininting at Rainier Beach Urban Farm

Nearby Sites 

Seattle Tilth is very active in Southeast Seattle. Find out about another community learning garden of Seattle Tilth's, the Rainier Beach Learning Garden.

Capital Campaign

We are partnering with Seattle Parks Foundation to raise funds for much needed improvements to the site. Find out more about the campaign for the farm.

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We are fortunate to have major community support from many fantastic neighbors, community members, community organizations and especially Seattle Parks & Recreation and United Way Seattle/King County.

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