The College's 50-acre, USDA-certified organic farm is available to students and faculty for indepenent research projects, labs and onsite courses. "Students learn about renewable energy and sustainable agriculture through workshops and volunteer opportunities." Crops are earmarked for the campus Dining Hall and the farm's Campus Supported Agriculture program. Youth programs include "Farm, Cook, Eat, Sustainable Earth Education (SEED)" courses and workshops.
"Fulton Farm is an environmental educational facility and working produce farm." Located on the Fulton Center for Sustainability Studies, the farm is USDA Certified Organic and produces crops for the campus and the community. The farm is available to students for coursework, internships, workstudy and volunteer opportunities. Courses offered include agroecology and permaculture. Fulton Farm hosts a "community market share program," and provides workshops, demonstrations, classes and other events for community.
The Richard Alsina Fulton Center for Sustainability Studies facilitates practical training and research and is used to demonstrate sustainable methods of soil improvement, weed and pest control, cover and biointensive cropping, rotation, use of compost and green manures, and alternative fuel research. The Center includes the Fulton Farm, a USDA-certified 50-acre farmstead, passive-solar greenhouses, solar and wind-generated electricity demonstrations, and a Community Supported Agriculture program. Previously called the Fulton Center for Sustainable Living.
The Roth Center for Sustainable Agriculture serves as the living laboratory space for Delaware Valley University’s major in Sustainable Agriculture Systems. The Center is available for research, class demonstrations, and lab projects.
The Center promotes sustainability at Slippery Rock University and in the local community. Located on 83 acres of the university campus, the Center operates a demonstration farm, demonstrates sustainable technologies and systems; supports sustainability-focused academic initiatives and research; and sponsors events, workshops and programs.
The Institute promotes "Rachel Carson's legacy - sustaining Earth's life support system - clean air, pure water, fertile soil, and biodiversity - through research, education and outreach."
The Organic Farming Program Certificate is a 36-credit, one-year certificate program that includes on-farm experience. Courses are offered at Delaware Valley University and Rodale Institute. Academic programs are available for military and veterans.