Loyola Student Farm

The Loyola Student Farm is student run and is mentored by Loyola Faculty and local farmers. Interns and students have the opportunity to form a direct relationship with their food through one-on-one experiential learning in a natural setting. They participate in the farm to table experience daily, as their field work is harvested, processed, and prepared into their nourishment and health.

Through courses in ecology, biology, and sustainable agriculture, the relationship between humans and their environment is explored in depth. Just as the food grows in the field, students flourish into their new life-style, changing the way they think about food, community, and the environment.

Loyola's produce is available at the Loyola Farmers' Market! http://www.luc.edu/farmersmarket/

Listing last updated on Feb 20, 2012

Student and Faculty run, we believe in connecting back to the Earth that provides for us. We use organic methods and try to be as sustainable as possible. We are a new farm as of 2011 and we excited to be here!



Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2012

# of Shares:  15

Full Share:  $625/20-week season

1/2 Share:  $375/20-week season

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

We are at the Loyola Farmers' Market on Sheridan Ave near the Loyola Red Line El stop. The market is each Monday from June 11th to Oct 15th from 3:00-7:00pm.

Check out the market website here: http://www.luc.edu/farmersmarket/



Latest Reviews

Post a Review

No reviews available. Be the first!



Products and Crops


Winter