Good food day
EAT South offers hands-on interactive field trips for student of all ages. During their time on the farm, students will learn how each part of the farm works together to create a sustainable, healthy ecosystem. Enjoy hands-on experiences with the farm's chickens, learn about bee-keeping and enjoy an amazing day outside on the farm.
In 2018, we are featuring two new learning stations: an interactive outdoor kitchen, to cook produce participants harvest on the farm and create nutritious meals, and a history garden which exemplifies the historical agriculture of Alabama from ancient Native American practices to present day agricultural practices.
From garden planning to planning for the next harvest, EAT South's 'Farm In The City' workshops educate new gardeners young and old. Family workshops offer opportunities for children (and their parents) to enjoy time outside, together. Learn more about planning and propagation, tools and tests, bugs, weeds, backyard farming and so much more!
If you're an educator looking to expand your training, look no further than our Sprouts Teacher Training program. Sprouts supports teachers in maintaining their school gardens and making produce accessible to students.