Student Farm Club
Meetings are every Thursday, from 6-7pm in 215 Armsby Building during fall and spring semesters.
To join the Student Farm Club listserv, send a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Farm Club was established in fall 2015, and is open to anyone interested in getting involved with the Student Farm. During club meetings, you will learn about issues in the food system that are important to you, and have the opportunity to join project teams. Past project examples have included the monthly Cooking Collaborative, and film screenings followed by a panel discussion.
Do you need a project for one of your classes? Are you an Honors student looking for a thesis topic? Do you need independent study or internship credit? If so, the Student Farm Initiative has many planning projects that may be a good fit for you.
There are many opportunities to get involved with the planning, design and implementation process for a new Student Farm and Food Systems minor!
Ongoing Project Opportunities:
1. Write stories to share on the Student Farm Blog. Did you spend time in a summer internship that related to sustainable food and agriculture systems? Or read an interesting book about food systems that you’d like to share? We would love to include your story in the blog. Deliverable: approx. 400-word personal story and 1-2 photos; Timeline: ongoing
2. Give short presentations about the project to classes and clubs. Deliverable: presentation; Timeline: ongoing, but especially in early part of each semester
3. Photograph and/or video events and meetings–get creative with documenting and supporting the planning process. Deliverable: photos and/or videos; Timeline: ongoing
Please contact Leslie Pillen if you’re interested in helping with any of these, or other, projects:
email@example.com or 814-863-5116 (office)