Youth Agricultural Entrepreneurship
Many of our youth face health and educational issues. Sometimes these problems go hand-in-hand. Limited access to nutritious foods can limit motivation and prevent students from reaching their full potential. Our Youth Agricultural Entrepreneurship program tackles both issues head-on, teaching business skills along the way.
Growing your own food can be extremely beneficial: nutritionally, environmentally, and economically. We recognize Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) as a locally-based model of food distribution that assists youth in becoming responsible, informed citizens. Instruction focuses on farming, business planning, and money management tools. We’re teaching our students how to be self-sustaining by providing them with skills and knowledge that last a lifetime.