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Learn about sustainable methods of farming and food sourcing

Explore ways to combat the wastefulness, unsustainability, and issues present in current food systems, which encompasses but is not limited to agriculture and food supply chains

Examine how food waste is produced, processed, and recycled, and learn better food waste management in participants’ own lives

Image by Dan Meyers
Feeding the Future: Sustainable Farming and Food Systems in Seattle
  • Site Topic: Sustainable Farming

  • Site Leaders: Joyce Lin & Sondia Luong

  • Location: Seattle, Washington

  • Cost: ~$200 per participant (scholarships available)

  • Dates: Saturday, March 25 - Saturday, April 1

  • Planning to take: 10 Participants

  • Community Partners: 

    • Food Lifeline

    • 21 Acres

    • Hungry Hollow Farm

    • Organic Seed Alliance

  • Transportation: Flights, public transportation

  • Housing: Churches, schools

​​*Logistics are tentative and subject to change. 


If you are passionate about food and sustainability, come to Seattle with us! We are Sondia and Joyce, co-site leaders for the trip on sustainable agriculture and food systems. Food is at the same time a major part of our everyday lives and one of the biggest generators of waste, and the food industry plays a major role in climate change and health and class disparity. We will be exploring ways in which food systems can be improved on various levels, including but not limited to the environment, policy, advocacy, and social justice. If any of this sounds interesting, apply! We promise you’ll make cool friends:))

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