Practicum Program - Summer Term
ARE YOU READY TO BE A PART OF THE DYNAMIC FUTURE OF FOOD? School of Adaptive Agriculture programs recognize that food production will never be the same again. We are looking for people who are determined and creative. Students should have a desire to enter into a career equipped with essential skills in the science, art, and business of food.
THE PROGRAM: This program is for adults who have decided to enter the food system. You may not know what your role will be yet. But you want to be among the million new farmers, ranchers, and small business leaders this country needs in order to transform agriculture through creative, sustainable and profitable enterprises.
The School of Adaptive Agriculture is part of the movement to make that happen. Our residential Practicum Student Program is a 13 week intensive focused on the foundations of food production. You will be fully immersed in the daily life of a 5,000 acre working ranch in Mendocino County, California. We believe there is no silver bullet to solving the food crisis facing our world, so we teach a broad spectrum of sustainable agricultural theory. We also teach engine repair, carpentry, animal husbandry, soil and ecology, crop production, entrepreneurial skills, and much more. Our curriculum is comprehensive as well as adaptive to individual interests. The educational focus is hands on, with lab work, experimentation, and demonstrations to "show" rather than 'tell."
For more information about our program, please visit our website: https://www.school-of-adaptive-agriculture.org/program/
Summer Term 2019 Term start date: Monday, July 22, 2019 Term end date: Friday, October 18, 2019
|Date:||Jul 22, 2019|
|Organized by:||School of Adaptive Agriculture|
16200 North Highway 101
Willits, CA 95490