Courses Taught at the Farm

BIO 319: Global Agricultural Sustainability
ENS 492: Sustainable Agriculture Practicum 
GPY/ENS 362: Farmers, Crops and Our Challenging Agriculture World
LIB 330: The Idea of Nature

Courses That Use the Farm

ANT 495: Practicing Anthropology
BIO 105: Environmental Science
BIO 319: Global Agricultural Sustainability
CHI 201: Intermediate Chinese I: Language & Culture
ENS 201: Introduction to Environmental Studies
ENS 401: Environmental Problem Solving
ENS 402: Environmental Studies Capstone
GEO 320: Geomorphology
HTM 213: Introduction to Food & Beverage Management
HNR 241: The Earth, A Global View
HNR 280: Food for Thought
HNR 280: Social Product Innovation
LIB 100:  Introduction to Liberal Studies
LIB 301: Interdisciplinary Research Methods
LIB 322: Wicked Problems of Sustainability
LIB 342: Food Matters
NRM 140: The Climatic Factor
NRM 330: Environmental Pollution
NRM 380: Special Topics in Natural Resource Management
WGS 335: Women, Health, and Environment

Community Visitors

GVSU Campus Recreation
TRIO Upward Bound
G3 Camp
Camp Optimist
Allendale Garden Club
Allendale Elementary School
Cub Scouts
GVSU Greek Life
Energizing Our World
Make a Difference Day
West Michigan Academy of Environmental Science
GVSU Housing and Residence Life
Agricultural History Society
GVSU Charter Schools Office

Attention Faculty

Interested in having your class visit the farm?

The SAP welcomes any class in any department for a visit. Please complete this form.

Page last modified January 24, 2018