SONY DSCOn March 21st, the Live Earth Farm Discovery Program will host the 6th annual Sheep to Shawl event at Live Earth Farm. Professional shearer, Bruce Wool, will demonstrate his trade throughout the day, while his wife spins yarn alongside him. We are looking for volunteers to guide guests through hands on demonstrations of every part of the process of making wool into clothing and art. Come get involved in the community and facilitate the artistic experience of processing wool. All skill levels are welcome!

SONY DSCWatsonville, CA, February 10, 2015 – On March 21st, 2015, 10 am to 2pm at 1275 Green Valley Road in Watsonville, the Live Earth Farm Discovery Program’s 6th annual Sheep to Shawl event, will feature hands-on stations demonstrating the entire progression of processing wool, local artisans sharing their wares, and vendors dishing up delicious, locally sourced food. We are looking for skilled and unskilled individual alike to volunteer and help create a fun and memorable event. We will be exhibiting shearing, carding, spinning, dyeing, knitting/crocheting, felting, and weaving. If you have any experience, we would love your help demonstrating these talents. And even if you don’t, we would be thrilled to have your support!


The Discovery Program counts on community volunteers to help us thrive. Thank you so much for the continued support and we hope you take advantage of this opportunity to serve the community while having fun on the farm! We welcome volunteers in a number of different capacities, so please get in touch! Contact Peter Nelson, LEFDP Education Coordinator at or by calling 831-728-2032.

If you are unable to volunteer but would still like to support the Live Earth Farm SONY DSCDiscovery Program, you can make a donation to our Spring Fund Drive that provides summer camp scholarships to low income and under served community members. These scholarships give young individuals the chance to explore, and discover how to be stewards of our land and community while learning to plant, harvest, and build a plate of real, mostly plant based food. If you are interested in supporting this opportunity please visit