In 2014 Apple Seeds broke ground on the Teaching Farm. With the support and hard work of our community--local businesses, community members, school partners, and of course kids, we transformed an empty field into a thriving Teaching Farm. Now home to more than 5,000 square feet of gardens, an outdoor classroom, and a team that provides garden-based programs to students, the Teaching Farm is a place for our young students to learn, cook, work and grow. Our farm programs, including Farm Lab and Farm to Table, are hands-on, fun, academically rich, and inspire our young students to make healthy food choices. Since 2014 we have grown more than 3,000 pounds of produce. The veggies have found their way to local school garden markets and our burgeoning farm to school program as well as our annual fundraisers and to Ozark Natural Foods, our long-standing partner. Now thanks to a partnership with the City of Fayetteville, we are expanding the Teaching Farm to 2 acres of land at Gulley Park. Apple Seeds is passionate about our mission of inspiring healthy living through garden-based education. By building a Teaching Farm, we can better serve the needs of our growing community. Follow our progress on Facebook (here). Want to get your hands dirty? Find out how you can help (click here). Want to make a donation to the farm?