Friends of Tivoli Lake Preserve and Farm, Inc. as a steward of the Preserve, facilitates conservation, environmental education, and outdoor recreation.

Our activities empower individuals and families to enjoy the natural world, promoting healthier and more peaceful communities.


Friends of Tivoli Lake Preserve and Farm, Inc.
is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


 About Us 

What we do 

We are a group of individuals dedicated to the Preserve, community and working cooperatively.

Who we are

We are a growing community of individuals, small staff and board of directors.

Our History

Tivoli Lake Preserve has a rich history and wouldn’t have been possible without Brother Yusuf.


 Our Projects

Land Principles 

We use a small flock of sheep to invasive species from the Tivoli Nature Preserve.

Closing the
Food Cycle Loop

We strive for farm-to-table back to the farm so the cycle can begin again.


We host a variety of workshops to engage our community.


Getting Involved

There are many ways in which you can support our project. 


We have a dedicated team of volunteers that care for the animals, process compost into healthy soil for the farm, and tend the community garden.


We are grateful for the generosity of supporters. Your donation supports our project and helps us provide more programming for the community. 

Please note that Friends of Tivoli Lake Preserve and Farm is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donation is tax-deductible, and greatly appreciated. ♥


We are currently not accepting any applications.





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Contact Us

We are located at the Tivoli Nature Preserve.


The farm is in the old baseball field across the parking lot from the Livingston School Apartments.

Parking is available around back of the Livingston Apartments (former Livingston Middle School) via McCrossin Avenue or at the end of Wilkins Avenue. You can also access the farm through the Tivoli Lakes Preserve with parking available on Judson Avenue.

If you have questions about the project, animals, donations, volunteering, special events, bringing a group in for a group work day, or donating food scraps or spent grain for composting, please contact: 

Kim Tateo
Executive Director and Farm Manager

If you have questions about gardening, programming or education ideas please contact: 

Tatianna Moragne
Garden and Program Coordinator

If you have questions about fiber arts programming please contact: 

KT Bierman
Fiber and Outreach Coordinator

Leave us a message; 
we’d love to hear from you!