GATHER Dinner September 9th

This will be our first dinner event of the semester and it promises an adventurous menu filled with creativity! Vegetarian and meat entrée options available Doors open at 6pm with dinner service starting promptly at 6:30pmClick here to MAKE A RESERVATION September Dinner Menu at GATHERFIRST COURSEChilled Cucumber Soup with Yogurt, Honey, and DillSuggested Wine: SAUVIGNON BLANC or PINOT GRIGIOSECOND […]

5th Annual Art on the Farm

5th Annual Art on the Farm A collaborative fundraiser to benefit the Carlisle Arts & Learning Center (CALC) and the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) Saturday, September 16the fun begins at 4 p.m. Hors d’oeuvres made by local restaurants will be provided along with samplings of craft beer & wines. This will be followed by a light dinner made […]

Alumni Spotlight: Mackenzie Johnson ’16

  Turning Over a New L.E.A.F. Mackenzie Johnson (’16) came to Carlisle by way of Hamilton, MA. A Policy Management and Spanish double major at Dickinson College, Mackenzie was very familiar with the political, social, and environmental issues surrounding food production both domestically and abroad. Outside of the classroom, Mackenzie continued exploring the ways in which these inequalities affect the […]

Great Minds Think Alike Tucked away on the side of Hurricane Mountain in the Adirondacks, two Dickinson Farm graduates are making their mark on local agriculture, food, and art. Megan Moody (’13) and Lizzie Wilford (’16) are part of the inaugural team at Craigardan, a new initiative to establish a collective of growers, thinkers, and creators that are striving to […]

Alumni Spotlight: Kenze Burkhart ’15

  Who are Ewe Calling Stubborn? Kenze Burkhart, an archaeology major while at Dickinson, is no stranger to getting her hands dirty. However, it wasn’t until Kenze’s senior year that she moved from the dig site to the farm fields. Despite her late start at Dickinson’s College Farm, Kenze made up for lost time. Quickly standing out among her fellow […]

Summer Grilling SALE!!

Farm Raised, Grass-Fed Meat for Sale The Dickinson College Farm has outstanding grass-fed humanely raised beef, lamb and muttonready for all of your summer grilling plans! Place your order and fire up the BBQ! SALE!! SALE!! SALE!!Delmonico and NY Strip Steaks only $12 per pound – normally $16 per poundSirloin Steaks only $8 per pound – normally $9 per pound Order Form: […]

Student Farmers: Position Description — these positions have been filled.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact Jenn Halpin at halpinj@dickinson.edu   Student Farmers are the backbone of the Dickinson College farm, working in groups and independently on farm-based projects. Student Farmers can expect to work with the seasons and demands of the farm, from planting and harvesting and […]

2016 Annual Report

Wondering what the College Farm has been up to for the past year? Click the link below for a full description of this past year with the farm, from production, to programming and finances.    2016_college_farm_annual_report

Now Hiring Summer Student Farmers!

Looking for a summer job that gets you outside? Interested in learning about how food is produced and growing food for your community? A summer with the College Farm might be just the ticket!   Click here for a full position description and link to the application. 

Alumni Spotlight: Jamie Bugel ’13

   Plant Breeding and the Future of Food Jamie Bugel ‘13 grew up all over the country, from Virginia, to Kentucky, to Wisconsin, to Georgia, to Florida. For the first decade of her life, her grandparents owned a small farm in Virginia, which backed up to the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah National park and had a range of animals […]