Join the Campus Farmers Network

Join the Campus Farmers Network

Involved in a campus farm on a college or corporate campus? We’d love to feature your organization on the website and share your story with the rest of the network! The first step is to create a profile.

Browse current profiles on our site by selecting the appropriate drop down option under “College Students and Staff” or “Corporate Employees” on the navigation bar.

 

 

create a profile on campusfarmers.org
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Please contact us at campusfarmers@gmail.com if you have any questions. Someone will be in touch after you submit this form.
Your name
Your answer
Your email
Your answer
Farm/garden name *
Your answer
What college, university, corporation, or institution is the campus farm associated with? *
Your answer
Where is the campus farm located? *
(e.g. on the college's residential campus, on the business/corporate campus, off-site location...)
Your answer
Date Established *
When did the campus farm begin?
Your answer
Mission of the campus farm *
What is your organization's mission or goal(s)?
Your answer
Size *
How large is the campus farm (e.g. <1 acre, 2-5 acres, 5-10 acres, >10 acres)? Of this total size, approximately how much is in production at a given time?
Your answer
Products Grown or Raised *
Please describe what the campus farm produces (e.g. wide variety of fruits and vegetables, honey, eggs, meat, poultry, etc.) If you track annual production, please include approximate numbers here (e.g. 10,000 lbs. produce).
Your answer
Sales and Distribution *
Please describe how your products are sold or distributed. (e.g. taken home by campus farmers, sold at Farmers' Markets, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, sold to campus dining, donated to local hunger relief efforts, etc.)
Your answer
Management *
Please describe how the campus farm is managed (e.g. student-run/employee-run, farm manager, managed by academic department, managed by grounds/facilities department, community garden etc.)
Your answer
Funding *
Please describe how the campus farm is funded. (e.g. self sufficient through sales, grants, etc).
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Please tell us more about what makes your campus farm unique. *
maximum 250 words
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How can others learn more about your campus farm? *
Please include any applicable websites, blogs, or Facebook pages. Additionally, please include an email address if you would be willing to connect with others via email.
Your answer
Photos *
Please include 3-5 representative photos of your farm (make sure at least a couple include people!). To submit your photos, please choose from the options below. 1) include weblinks of photos public on the web (e.g. from facebook, picasa, etc). 2. Send you photos as JPEGs to campusfarmers@gmail.com. If you choose 2, please note this in the text field below.
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Do you have any items you would like to add to our Shared Online Library? (Browse the document library here: www.campusfarmers.org/shared-online-library.)
documents of interest: campus farm annual reports, project proposals, feasibility studies, site plans, etc.) To submit your resources, please see the directions via the link above or email them directly to campusfarmers@gmail.com and we will upload.
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Would you like to receive the campus farmers network e-newsletter?
no more than 4 times a year, we promise! See previous newsletters at http://campusfarmers.org/newsletter/
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