Vegetable assortment, berries, herbs and spices, and eggs
Ursinus College Farm is a permanent, interdisciplinary project of Ursinus College, part of their ongoing sustainability programming. It provides hands-on experience in agricultural and social food systems, service learning, and civic engagement for its student directors and members of the Ursinus community. Conceived and planned by Ursinus students and faculty in 2003, it now produces vegetables, tree fruits and berries, herbs and spices, eggs, and honey.
Ursinus College Farm has been recognized with a statewide award from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, is a partner of the Ursinus Center for Advocacy, Responsibility, and Engagement (UCARE), and a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA).
Ursinus College Farm
[Photo credit: Ursinus College, Travis Maider]