Visit Bami Farm
Bami Farm is a 6-acre community farm in Johnston, RI run by the African Alliance of Rhode Island. We love connecting with people who are passionate about growing food and want to volunteer or learn more about Bami. Whether you’re a seasoned grower or have never stepped foot on a farm in your life, we want to meet you!
All are welcome to visit Bami Farm.
Frequently Asked Questions
If it’s your first time on the farm, you can expect to go on a tour of our 6-acre plot and learn about our history, growers, and crops. If you are already familiar with the farm, you can volunteer your skills in maintaining plots, helping with the harvest, preparing for market, planning youth activities, building infrastructure, or developing marketing materials. Many hands make light work!
Yes! And we love them. Check out our volunteer page to learn more.
First visits are typically an hour. Volunteer visits vary by activity but can be 2-3 hours at a time.
Saturday mornings are the most popular time for visits, but we’re also available Fridays! Send us a message to coordinate your visit.
Wear clothes you are ready to get a little dirty and sweaty. If you’re working, bring work boots or sneakers, gardening gloves, water, sunscreen, and any other protective clothing you like. We have some tools, but you’re welcome to bring your own pruners or spades.
Yes, we have bathroom facilities available on the farm.
Bami Farm Location
2321 Hartford Avenue
All are welcome to schedule a visit.