The Ohio State Student Farm is a 4-acre plot at the Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory. It is a space for Ohio State students of all identities and academic backgrounds to engage in learning, research, and collaborative projects. This space was created by students with the help of faculty of Horticulture and Crop Science and Engineering Education to empower themselves and future students to experience first-hand the present and future of sustainable agriculture and food justice.
Kristin Mercer and others involved in the new student farm, OSU, “Visioning the new student farm: results from our semester-long discussion.”
Kristin Mercer Associate Professor Department of Horticulture and Crop Science The Ohio State University
“Time to think: encountering urban university-affiliated farms and adaptive genetic variation.”