SUPPORT THE STUDENT FARM

There are many of ways to get involved and to support the Student Farm at Penn State, and we encourage you to join us in whatever capacities interest you most. If you would like to support the Student Farm financially, we happily accept and greatly appreciate your donations.

Donating to the Student Farm enables us to grow our operation, provide a unique array of programs to our campus and State College community members, and offset the costs of materials and supplies. Most importantly, supporting the Student Farm enables us to provide students with unique and unparalleled opportunities to enhance their Penn State education. The Student Farm engages students from across the University through course projects and class field trips, by inviting students to develop and lead their own research initiatives, and by providing paid and for-credit internships centered on production, marketing, outreach, and communications activities that are all essential to the success of the Farm.

When you support the Student Farm, you are making the commitment to directly enhance the academic and professional experiences of countless Penn State students.

We thank you for your support, and encourage you to get involved!

Sustainable Food Systems Program Listserv

Sign up below to be added to our listserv and receive periodic e-newsletters to keep up on our progress, and also to learn about opportunities to purchase produce, volunteer on the farm, or attend exciting events!

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Student Farm Club

To join the Student Farm Club listserv, send a blank email to l-studentfarmclub-subscribe-request@lists.psu.edu.

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.