Helping People with Autism Spectrum Disorder Thrive

Our farm provides programs to help those with Autism Spectrum Disorder live active, engaged, and meaningful lives within their Western North Carolina Communities.

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Donation Total: $25.00

COVID-19 Update: Classes are operating in a minimized capacity. For more information
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Wild Flower Walk

Join us Saturday, April 13th anytime from 9am - 3pm.

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Full Spectrum Farms

Providing a Full Spectrum of Life's Possibilities

Full Spectrum Farms is a non-profit organization located in Western North Carolina that serves children, teens, and people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. On this beautiful, thirty-four acre farm, our farmers live, work, and become a functioning part of the larger community.

Farm Activities

Our clients have access to our fully-functioning organic garden, chickens, and grounds to partake in a wide range of farm activities. There are activities for all ranges of comfort levels


Weekly Classes

We host weekly classes at the farm for clients and their families that include arts, crafts, pottery, and more. These classes are provided completely free-of-charge


Community Involvement

We host, support, and frequent community events such as the Farmer’s Market to offer our clients opportunities to be more involved in their communtiy

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Volunteer Opportunities

We provide a wide range of volunteer opportunities for anyone kind enough to help out our cause. Whether you're into farming, painting, or book-keeping—we can use your help!

Drop-In Opportunities

We have a range of recurring volunteer opportunities that can benefit from anyone’s time, resources, or expertise. We maintain regular windows of time during which community members can stop by to offer their helping hands. 


Special Opportunities

We have a need for volunteers willing to help us with specific events like our booth at the Farmer’s Market and specific tasks ranging from electrical work and grounds keeping to teaching art classes and delivering produce to local businesses.

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Read about the latest farm updates, upcoming events, and exciting new research related to Autism Spectrum Disorder