Lise Anderson, board member, accepts a Local Food Victory award on behalf of The Agrarian Adventure at the 7th annual HomeGrown Local Food Summit!
Thanks to this community for 10 years of Agrarian Adventures with Ann Arbor Public Schools.
What did The Agrarian Adventure accomplish in 2014?
To find out more, view The Agrarian Adventure’s full 2014 annual report here.
The Agrarian Adventure is a volunteer led grassroots 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded by students, teachers, parents and the local community in 2003. Our volunteers work with schools to connect students with food, health, community, and agriculture.
We need your financial support in order to continue connecting students with their local agricultural community. The Agrarian Adventure is a publicly supported, 501 (c)(3), nonprofit organization. To make a tax-deductible donation, please use the secure PayPal button below or send a check to:
The Agrarian Adventure
P.O. Box 7928
Ann Arbor, MI 48107
Thank you to everyone who joined in celebrating ten years of Agrarian Adventure programming in Ann Arbor Public Schools! Ten years!
On November 5th, volunteers, farmers, teachers, parents, and students shared inspiring stories about farm to school education, and everyone enjoyed the beautiful meal created by the chefs at Zingerman’s Delicatessen. This year proceeds from the annual event called the Taste of Tantre, that highlights the bounty of Tantre Farm with seasonal eats and treats, benefited farm-to-school education in Ann Arbor!
Click here to request more information about partnering with The Agrarian Adventure.
The Agrarian Adventure partners with K-12 schools to enrich students’ connection between the foods they eat, their personal health, and the health of their communities and the environment.
Through experiential education in sustainable food and agriculture, local food, and healthy learning in the cafeteria, we connect students to the sources of their food and empower them to transform their lives and food culture in positive ways.
We always need help with tasks around the garden, classroom and office. If you have some time to spend connecting students with healthy food, fill out this form today!
Butternut squash, carrot soup, and crispy kale chips are not part of the typical 7th grade afternoon snack. Since 2004 6th – 8th grade students at Tappan Middle School have met once a week to explore where their food comes from.
Students learn how to plant and harvest greens in the hoop house and schoolyard garden, cook new foods, hear from local food heroes and go on field trips. Graduates have been board members, high school youth mentors, and committed garden volunteers!
$250 will help support school coordination, lesson planning, and materials for 4 weekly club meetings.
Join us! Please become a program sponsor by donating online using the secure PayPal button below.
For more information contact us.
We connect over 850 Ann Arbor K-5 students to the sources of their food by bringing local farmers to classrooms each year. The program helps students eat more fruits and vegetables, and increases their awareness of local agriculture, food, and farms, thanks to generous contributions of local farmers, professional volunteers, and the support of partners of the AAPS Farm-to-School Collaboration.
$250 pays for planning, materials and a stipend for the visiting farmer for a month of weekly visits.
Please become a program sponsor by donating online using the secure PayPal button below.
For more information contact us.