Have any of you volunteered at the corn maize? This is what they sent to me:
Volunteer at Historic Rio Grande Community Farm’s Maize Maze
Rio Grande Community Farm in northwest Albuquerque, which is a 501 [c]  non-profit organization, is located on one of the oldest continuously farmed parcels of land in the U.S. The land has been an agricultural center since 300 A.D. Every year the farm puts on it’s annual fundraiser called Maize Maze. This is an elaborate maze cut using GPS technology into a big cornfield. This year two Monarch butterflies and its larval stage will grace a 7-acre area, providing hours of fun as attendees use the maze’s many checkpoints and riddles to successfully navigate their way out of the maze. This fundraiser helps the farm continue its many contributions to the Albuquerque area by growing certified organic produce for Albuquerque Public Schools, using natural farming methods without the use of toxic chemicals, providing habitat for local and migrating wildlife, providing members with a community garden to grow food and maintaining a beautiful open space for the public. If you’d like to volunteer at Maize, please visit http://www.riograndefarm.org
and click on the Maize Maze link. Each volunteer will receive a package valued at $26.
I met them at the community farm garden where our family has been busy gardening.