What is the Sustainable Agriculture Project (SAP)?
The Sustainable Agriculture Project is, of course, a physical place, a scientific station, where students can go to research plants, the environment, human-environmental interaction, systems thinking, and community. It is also a laboratory in that it is a space where students can (literally) get their hands dirty while learning quantitative and critical thinking skills relating to soil, water, plant life, climate change, and the environment. It is also a working studio space and gallery for artists, a field site with a ready-made community of people on a small working farm—perfect for sociological study. And it is a business that produces and sells food to support the activities of the farm.
SAP Farm Stand
Wednesdays at the Transformational Link (between Zumberge and Au Sable), 10:00 a.m. -1:30 p.m.
Open Volunteer Hours
Fridays, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
(May be canceled if temperature falls below 20 degrees)
Page last modified March 25, 2014