Join the next generation of agricultural pioneers that is changing the way society thinks about raising and distributing food.
Majors & Minors
- BA in Sustainable Agriculture & Food Production
- Catalog Program Description
The way humans produce food can intensify problems like global warming, water scarcity and energy shortages. Farming methods can also become part of the solution for a more habitable world. Green Mountain College’s Sustainable Agriculture & Food Production program shows students how to take part in the current food revolution that is transforming farming and how we view food.
In the program, agriculture and food systems are presented through the lenses of history, anthropology, the natural sciences, philosophy, business, economics, and art. The College’s 22-acre Cerridwen Farm serves as an agricultural laboratory right on campus. And the farmhouse provides office and classroom space for the Farm & Food Project and other regional organizations.
Horse Trainer, Another Way School, Park City, UT
Amelia Bruss ’17
Bijak, Navdanya Biodiversity Conservation Farm, Dehradun, India
Madalyn Mielke ’17
Education and Outreach, Stone Valley Co-op, Poultney, VT
Keeley Titus ’17
Marketing Intern, Chartwells, Poultney, VT
Alex Cammen ’17
Assistant Cultivator, Grassroots Vermont, Goshen, VT
Alexandra Salvador ’17
Apprentice, Granville Large Veterinary, Granville, NY
Hannah Rhea ’17
Hildene, Manchester, VT
Ashley Deschenes ’17
Permaculturist, Jane Hardy, Manchester, MA
Claire Londagin ’17
Youth Educator, Neighborworks of Western Vermont, Rutland, VT