Cattle graze on pasture at the College Farm.


"There is a certain rhythm and schedule to the work that we do but somehow each day evolves differently. Nothing ever runs exactly to plan which, to me, is a wonderful life meditation to practice. I am not in control of that which is greater than I."

Jenn Halpin, Director of the Dickinson College Farm



60 acres

7 miles from campus

12 acres of vegetable production ground

18 acres of animal pasture

3 Mongolian-style yurts

18 part-time student farm employees during the academic year 

120 tons of food waste saved from the landfill and converted into nutrient-rich compost per year 

types of livestock: sheep, grass-fed beef cattle and laying hens

100+ members & families in our Campus Supported Agriculture subscription program

40+ academic labs, independent research projects, school tours, community tours, homesteading workshops, campus events and educational programs each season

1 Farm Dog named Bella

4 full-time paid graduate apprentices from May-November 

6 full-time paid student employees from May-August


"The farm was the setting of the triumphs, failures, lessons, friendships, and memories that are most meaningful to me over all of my experiences in college."

Will Seward ‘12


~1,000 pounds of tomatoes delivered to the Dining Hall weekly during tomato season.

9 ingredients in our famous Red Devil Hot Sauce

1 Annual Harvest Fest Celebration

1 Annual Local Food Dinner

~17 vegetable items offered each week at our Campus Supported Agriculture pick up locations

Get your hands in the dirt. Work hard. Care for the land. Share what you grow. Eat well. Come visit us!