TO ANIMALS & AGRICULTURE
Maybury Farm is Closed for the Season - will reopen on May 5th, 2020 - Eggstravaganza is cancelled for 2020
All of us are challenged by the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on our lives.
This is uncharted territory.
The animals and our employees are critically important to us as well as the community we live in.
The Northville Community Foundation/Maybury Farm is about giving back to our community
through agriculture and education. With birthing season upon us at the farm -
we are expecting to have at least 8 new lambs, 2-3 goats (kids) and baby piglets -
We are taking our role in community very seriously by being both a resource for all of you
and protecting our supporters, volunteers, staff and all the animals that are here at the farm.
Our ability to provide animal care to all our animals — regardless of the environment around us —depends on support from the communities around us.
At Maybury Farm we continue to be there for our animals, we need you to be there for us.
Please make a gift today.
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What is happening at Maybury?
Maybury Farm is currently closed for the season until 5/5/2020. To keep the community safe the farm will remain closed until the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" order is lifted. If you are able, please help the farm by donating to help feed and care for the animals while the farm has to remain closed. We wish for all to remain safe during these uncertain times. Please practice the social distance rules, stay home, stay 6 feet apart, wash hands frequently. We hope to see you at the farm this coming season.
The farm will be closed for all tours until 5/5/2020. If you have booked a tour or party we will be in touch with you to refund any deposits that habe been paid. Looking forward to seeing you at the farm soon.
Are you looking for a new job opportunities this summer? Maybury Farm has the following job opportunities available: Maintenance Team, Farmhand, and Summer Camp Counselor. Positions open to any qualified Individuals. See Job Openings for more informaiton, or send resume to farmteam@mayburyfarmorg.
Are you looking for an opportunity to learn more about agriculture, gardening, life on the farm? Maybury Farm is looking for individuals who would like to participate in our Internship Program, Summer Camp, Barn, Garden, helping with Farm Tours. Send resumes to email@example.com.
Eggstravaganza a fund raising event at Maybury Farm has also been cancelled to ensure the safety of our community.
To keep the community and its employees/volunteers safe the farm will remain closed until the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" order is lifted. If you are able, please help the farm by donating to help feed and care for the animals while the farm has to remain closed. We wish for all to remain safe during these uncertain times. Please practice the social distance rules, stay home, stay 6 feet apart, wash hands frequently. We hope to see you at the farm this coming season.
The fence on the farm has a low voltage hot wire component in two locations around the fence at the farm, watch for signs! For ease of petting the animals (no feeding is allowed) go to the big black gate, animals come to the gate to see them up close and petting. The animals come to the gate as this is where the team at the farm go when they feed them. Again, please watch for the electric fence signs around the farm and educate your family and friends to not touch the white wire.
Maybury Farm is a program of the Northville Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to enhance and enrich the community. The Farm receives no tax dollars to operate, if you are interested in donating to the improvements around the farm please feel free to our website: or call our office at 248-374-0200.