Sewanee: Farm to Table-Virtually
Sewanee's University Farm fosters a transformative experience of personal development for students through an immersive and intimate practice in restorative agriculture. With a 13,000 acre campus it's no surprise that Sewanee students and the University at large are concerned with issues of sustainability and environmental stewardship. As the largest food service in the region, Sewanee Dining also embraces sustainability as a core component of its mission and an important consideration in how it approaches its operations and services. Come and learn how Sewanee lives out it's farm-to-table philosophy.
|3:10-3:40 p.m.||Live Zoom tour of the University Farm|
|3:45-4 p.m.||Zoom tour of McClurg Dining Hall|
|4-4:30 p.m.||Q & A with Chef Rick and current students|
- Who is invited?
High school students interested in agriculture, the environment, sustainability, and their parents/guardians.
- What will I do?
Take a live Zoom tour of the University, learn how to get involved with the farm, and meet Chef Rick and Chef Caroline for a quick tour of McClurg Dining Hall. Following your tour of the dining hall, Chef Rick will host a round-table discussion of dining options on campus with several current students.
- When can I participate?
Future dates TBA.
- Why should I participate?
You’re interested in agriculture or Sewanee or both. (We’re really hoping it’s both.)
- How can I register?
You can register right here. We can't wait to connect with you!