Hello Stanford Farm Stand Patrons!

We are happy to inform you that the Stanford Farm Stand has a new location and extended hours! You can now find us every Friday in the Engineering Quad (Y2E2 Courtyard) from 11:00am to 2:00pm. The stand will be under a blue tent.

Want to find out what's for sale every Friday? Join the Stanford Hospitality Facebook page or join the Stanford Farm Stand email list-group.

- The Stanford Farm Stand Team

Stanford Educational and Research Farm (SERF)
Stanford University

Where are we in the Y2E2 Courtyard?

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Uber local , Grown Organically, Always Seasonal

Come get local, organicly grown produce on campus every Friday in the Y2E2 Courtyard. We always have delicious seasonal produce from The Stanford Educational Farm and ALBA Organics The Stanford Farm Stand is student-run and sponsored by Stanford Hospitality & Auxiliaries, a division of Residential & Dining Enterprises.

More Information

Contact the Sustainable Foods Coordinator: sustainablefood@stanford.edu

Learn more about our partners

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Stanford Educational Farm

The Stanford Educational Farm (SEF) is a venue for research, teaching and the promotion of sustainable agriculture and systems of localized food distribution. By integrating academic curriculum with Stanford's land resources and the local food economy, SEF is a unique laboratory-classroom for understanding and developing local-scale solutions to global food challenges. SEF brings together a wide range of students, staff, faculty and community members, facilitating collaboration and cross pollination among researchers, educators and learners.

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ALBA Organics

Stanford Dining has partnered with ALBA Organics in Salinas, CA since 2003, which provides distribution and market access for about 30 small organic farms to expand and diversify their production. The Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association (ALBA) “generates opportunities for farm workers and limited-resource, aspiring farmers to grow and sell crops” to institutional purchasers like Stanford Dining. ALBA's mission is to “advance economic viability, social equity and ecological land management among limited-resource and aspiring farmers.” http://www.albafarmers.org/