There are many ways to get involved at The Farm! 
If you'd like to learn more about any of these oppurtinities contact The Farm Staff at TheFarm@sou.edu
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Volunteering
 
The Farm is always looking for help with general farm work and education programming. If you are interested in learning more about farming or just want to get your hands dirty, get in touch with us! 

Drop in volunteer days for Fall quarter 2016 are every Friday 1:30 - 4:30pm. Please wear appropriate clothing (closed toed shoes, work clothes), be prepared to get dirty, and have fun!

 

Senior Capstones and Internships

Do you have an idea for a senior capstone or internship? You can work with our farm team to plan your project or internship and receive class credits for your work! 

 Click here to see an example of a student capstone project done with the Center for Sustainability and the Farm.

Rogue Valley Farm to School Teaching Team

 You can be a part of the Rogue Valley Farm to School Teaching Team. Once you have received training in the program, you can work as an on-call paid member of the RVF2S education team.  

 

  


 

 

Voice of the Students 

Satchel Pondolfino: Student Employee

“The center for sustainability gave me the opportunity to put my new found passions into practice.”

“One of the great things about CFS is that it is one of the only parts of campus that does not feel like an institution, the learning there occurs naturally and is driven by student passion and interest, the more students that can tap into that, the better

SamPennington-Vrsek: Student Employee

“Working for the Center for Sustainability was by far the most profound experience I had in college. Networking, building connections, learning how to navigate institutions, getting hands-on experience in areas that will directly translate into future careers, soaking in the attitudes and knowledge of the most incredible mentors and becoming a mentor myself- this is what college should be all about.”

Heather Jack: Student Employee

“Working with CFS gave me an opportunity to explore the role of environmental and agricultural anthropology, anthropology being my major, with a special interest in agricultural anthropology.”

 
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