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The GVSU Sustainable Agriculture Project is a collaboration between students, faculty, and staff to experience sustainable agriculture on the Allendale Campus. The project began with a group of students in 2008 and has expanded over the years to include a variety of different initiatives. We are passionate about contributing to sustainable food systems while building upon our organic farming practices.

Come visit our Hoop Houses!

Thanks to donations from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Center, Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies, and Student Senate on behalf of Farm Club, the GVSU Sustainable Agriculture Project has two Hoop Houses. These unheated structures are 30' x 72' and are covered by two layers of poly to assist in creating a micro-climate that allows us to have an extended growing season. The houses were installed in mid-August of 2011 and 2012.

A big thanks goes out to all of our Hoop House donors for helping us to extend our growing season without the use of fossil fuels!

Sustainable Agriculture Project Documentary (2012)

A transcript of this documentary is available here.