From donating non-perishables and hosting a food drive for the Alan and Cathy Hitchcock Pantry, to helping tend and harvest at the Farm and Gardens, we have many ways students can become involved with the Field & Fork Program. If you have any questions or would like more information about the program after reading the information below, please email email@example.com.
The Farm and the Gardens are a great place to learn the art and science of growing your own food. We also grow food for those in need as part of our efforts. Students can either help out one time or become regular members of our team. Regular members receive a share of our harvest. We welcome new volunteers and members, and encourage you to join us in the fields. To volunteer or learn more about volunteer shifts and opportunities in the garden, please click here:
Many clubs participate with our program by helping in the Gardens, hosting food drives or volunteering with the Alan and Cathy Hitchcock Pantry. Some groups work with us to host or collaborate on events and programs, such as the Culinary Arts Student Union through the annual Fresh Off the Farm event. The Gator Gardening Club and the Organic and Sustainable Agriculture Club coordinate with our staff at the Student Gardens to help manage the production system from beginning to end – planting, nurturing and harvesting all crops.
If your club would like to host a food drive for the Pantry, visit the Alan and Cathy Hitchcock Field & Fork Pantry site. If you would like to participate with the Gardens, please contact Claudie Babineaux.
Other Affiliated Clubs:
Do you need to complete an internship or research for your major? Are you looking for a way to gain more experience in farming or food systems? Searching for a work study opportunity? The Field & Fork Program offers many opportunities to gain professional, hands-on experience for any major. If you are interested in an internship, please visit the internships page for more information.
Several classes are taught in collaboration with the Field & Fork Program in a host of different disciplines. Below are some examples of past courses. For more information on current classes being taught in collaboration with the Field & Fork Program, check out our Facebook page, visit the Faculty Fellows page, and sign up for our email updates.
- AEC 4504 Curriculum & Program Planning for Agricultural Education
- ALS 4932 Urban Agriculture and Food Systems
- AGR 3501 Environment, Food, and Society
- AGR 4212 Alternative Cropping Systems
- AGR 4214C Applied Field Crop Production
- AGR 4231 Forage Science
- AGR 4320 Plant Breeding
- AGR 4932 Tropical Crop Production
- AGR 6442C Physiology of Agronomic Plants
- ANT 6930/4930 Tropical Gardens: Creating a Latin American Garden
- ALS 3153 Agricultural Ecology
- ALS 4932 UF Community Farm Practicum
- ARC Design Studio – Design/Build Project Garden Seating Area
- ART 4639 Advanced Experiments in Art and Technology
- ART 6933 Consumption, Production, Digestion, Excretion: Graduate Seminar in Art and Technology
- EVS 3000L Environmental Science Lab
- PLS 3004C Principles of Plant Science
- SWS 4602C Soil Physics