Get Involved

Kate Hyder, former Stanford student gardener, at the Stanford Farm StandThere a number of ways for students to pursue their passion (or even lingering interest) in sustainable food here at Stanford:

Student Internships

The Sustainable Food Program hosts a variety of student intern positions, including tending the organic gardens and analyzing data to reduce waste. Learn more about the Sustainable Food Program’s student internship opportunities.

BeWell Community Gardens

As part of the BeWell program, the Stanford BeWell Community Gardens offer garden plots to eligible members of the community. Learn more and apply for a community garden plot at one of our BeWell Community Gardens.

Sustainable Food Newsletter

Stay up to date on the latest Sustainable Food Program news and events with our newsletter. Subscribe to the Sustainable Food Newsletter.

Feed Collaborative

The FEED Collaborative is dedicated to experiential education in the areas of food, entrepreneurship, and design. Learn more about the FEED Collaborative and available courses.

Stanford Educational Farm

The O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm is a living laboratory dedicated to teaching, research, and the demonstration of small-scale agriculture.

Stanford Food Project

The Stanford Food Project is an undergraduate student group dedicated to engaging the Stanford community on food issues. Learn about special events and get involved with the Stanford Food Project.

Stanford Project on Hunger (SPOON)

The Stanford Project on Hunger (SPOON) collects unused and leftover food on campus for distribution to the hungry and homeless community of Palo Alto. SPOON student volunteers collect extra food that would otherwise be wasted. Learn more about and volunteer with SPOON.

Stanford Gleaning Project

Started in 2009, the Stanford Gleaning Project is a volunteer student organization that harvests excess fruit from the Stanford campus for donation to underserved populations in the Bay area. Volunteer to harvest and distribute fresh produce with the Stanford Gleaning Project.