Student Farm Club
The Student Farm Club is a great way for Penn State students to get involved with the Sustainable Food Systems Program and the Student Farm!
Undergraduate and graduate students from all fields of study are invited to join us. The Student Farm Club is open to any student interested in making a positive impact on the food system on our campus and in our community.
Club meetings are held on Thursdays at 6pm in 215 Armsby Building.
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- On-farm production
- Plant Sale
- Film screenings
- Educational programming
- & more!
Learn about sustainable food systems, grow fresh food for our campus community, and join a group of engaged students rallied around the local foods movement!
Established in fall 2015, Student Farm Club reaches far beyond the production field. The organization was formed to bring together anyone and everyone interested in topics related to the food system, including food insecurity, food waste, agricultural production, culinary skills, and more!
During club meetings, you will learn and talk about those issues connected to the food system that are important to you. With this knowledge, a supportive team, and our organizational resources, you’ll have the opportunity to create a lasting impact at Penn State through various student-led sustainability projects. Project focus areas include the production of food, cooking and nutrition, food access and justice, food processing and procurement, food waste, or food and agricultural education.