Our gardens are carefully planned and produce 10,000-15,000 pounds of vegetables annually for our dining hall.

Extra produce from the farm is donated to a food pantry in the local community.

We have a diverse group of animals on the farm with sheep, cows, pigs, chickens and Sal, the horse.

Students are able to visit and help care for the animals on a regular basis.

Our farm illuminates the interconnectedness of our lives. Through growing and eating our own food, we strive to have a complete relationship with the land. We care for it, and it cares for us.

Our small, diversified, organic farm is an essential part of the rhythm of our school days.

We are able to use our farm as a hands-on learning experience for students while producing food, wood products, and fiber for the community.