The Dickinson College Farm is a productive space: 50 acres of crops and livestock that supply produce to the Dining Hall as well as Project SHARE and the CSA (Campus Supported Agriculture) program. But it’s not all business, as the recent Farm Frolic goes to show.
Activity tents, live bands, crafts and some plein air painting kept attendees busy, and local foods—such as soups, stews and cheeses—were a huge draw.
“We’re just trying to create a really diverse event for everyone,” says Madison Beehler ’15, the farm’s education & outreach coordinator. “It’s a great way to start the new school year.”
Published September 11, 2015