The Woodland Farm to Table Program fosters connections between our students and healthy food, our local food community, and stewardship of the land. Two days a week small groups of students get their hands dirty, work directly with local farmers, design menus, cook or bake, then celebrate and share their hard (and delicious) work around a community table. Students at Woodland experience a direct connection to their food and where it comes from; they gain meaningful, purposeful, and valuable skills in the sciences, mathematics and beyond; and simply enjoy nourishing, healthy food that fuels them throughout their day.

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 Farmer Tim teaches ori, zoe and aida about using clover as a nitrogen fixer in the soil.

Farmer Tim teaches ori, zoe and aida about using clover as a nitrogen fixer in the soil.

 Aida with a couple of jars of fermented beets

Aida with a couple of jars of fermented beets

 Carolyn and Zoe making fresh tomato sauce and homemade meatballs to go along with just harvested zucchini

Carolyn and Zoe making fresh tomato sauce and homemade meatballs to go along with just harvested zucchini