UD Fresh to You
Farm stands will be held Wednesdays from 4-7pm at the UDairy Creamery’s flagship location (535 S. College Avenue) and Thursdays from 3-6pm with Moo Mobile at STAR north of the Health Science Complex.
UD Fresh to You is a student-run farm located on the University of Delaware South Campus that provides organically grown produce to the university and local community. The farm consists of nearly 3 acres including four high tunnels that help to extend the growing season. Fresh to You operates a farm stand that is open to the community during the summer months and also delivers produce donations to the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center. This fall, the farm will also start a CSA (community supported agriculture) program for university employees to help increase access to fresh, locally grown produce throughout the year. The Fresh to You farm acts as a living laboratory for students and interns to learn, gain hands-on experience with organic and sustainable farming practices, and become more connected to where their food is coming from.
Fresh to You, the University of Delaware’s organic farm, is looking for interns who are interested in learning about vegetable production. Summer interns will participate in all aspects of the farm including propagation, crop maintenance, harvesting, farm stand sales, and more.
Community Supported Agriculture Program
Fresh to You is piloting a student-run community supported agriculture (CSA) program for University of Delaware employees. Students and leadership in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources will offer delicious vegetables to the University community weekly during the fall and spring semesters.
UD Fresh to You - Farm Manager
Center for Food Systems and Sustainability
The mission of CENFOODS is to coordinate, integrate and enhance UD’s research, teaching and outreach efforts on the sustainability of food production and surrounding ecosystem, and this is done through Center-led initiatives of cross-disciplinary student training (new Sustainable Food Systems major), undergraduate research/on farm experiences (Internships) and impactful public outreach.