Kate Hyder, former Stanford student gardener, at the Stanford Farm Stand
There a number of ways for students to pursue their passion (or even a lingering interest) in sustainable food here at Stanford:
Interested in connecting to organizers working on food justice issues around ecology, wellness, farmworkers’ rights, and community food access? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to connect to the student government’s food and justice cabinet.
Want to garden, farm, sell produce and learn more about sustainable food and agriculture? Get your hands dirty by joining forces with The Stanford Farm Project. More information is available at: http://stanfordfarmproject.wordpress.com
For those looking to elevate unused food to a higher purpose, become a SPOON volunteer and help connect leftover food to local food pantries and shelters. Visit http://hunger.stanford.edu for more information.
If you’d like to pick and collect from Stanford’s bountiful fruit trees for free produce stands in San Francisco, check out Stanford GLEAN: