We are in need of volunteers to help sell pumpkins beginning October 6th. There a variety of shifts and times available for you to choose from. Click the button below to sign up!
 
Pumpkin Patch farming operations occur on the Navajo Indian Reservation in Farmington, NM. In cooperation with the Navajo Nation, they grow 1,200 acres or approximately 2 square miles of pumpkins and employee over 700 Native Americans during our harvest months of September and October. They also have a full time off-season NM staff that is comprised of entirely Native Americans. This has a positive and lasting impact on a region with 42% unemployment.

The proceeds made by Westover Hills United Methodist Church will be used to support programs for children and youth in our community.