Food on Campus
Prescott College has various food related venues. Throughout the campus there are small gardens that partly supply the Crossroads Cafe with healthy, fresh produce, and are part of research and curriculum of the AgroEcology Program.
An all-year Community Supported Agriculture is active on the campus with fresh vegetables, fruits, nuts, meats, and eggs all from within an 80 mile (mostly within 30 mile) range.
The Crossroads Cafe is open for the student and the public, for healthy eating, workshops, and food education, as well as catering services.
The Jenner Farm also supplies some of the food on campus. Several of the agriculture classes at Prescott College take place on Jenner Farm – 20 acres of rich alluvial soils bordered by towering cottonwood and mesquite trees, 26 miles outside of town. This sort of “learning farm” and the hands on curriculum it facilitates is fairly unique for four-year undergraduate schools in North America.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
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