The Farm to Table program is a partnership of TLC Child & Family Services and other local non-profits and funders to benefit Journey Academy students and other youth and families.
A Place to Grow
A small farm and outdoor learning center, state-of-the-art teaching kitchen with six workstations, indoor and outdoor style dining areas.
Space to Learn
Academic curriculum covering nutrition and physical health plus skills in culinary and food service.
Why this project?
Healthy living benefits physical as well as mental health, and our youth deserve the best possible start in life. We recognize the importance of offering career preparation that might not be part of a university path, and that relevant, as well as local learning, helps keep students inspired.
Where is it?
The Farm to Table program is located at Journey Academy, a therapeutic non-public high school located on our main campus in Sebastopol.
The outdoor event and gathering space is well underway!
This is an exciting addition to our campus as students will use this space for dining, events, and gathering together.
The Pavilion builds on the momentum established with the installation of 48 raised garden beds, irrigation, and a chicken coop.
Once the pavilion is complete, we will be working on the build of our teaching kitchen where students learn culinary arts and transferable career skills.
This project is made possible by our amazing community. Thank you!
The program is supported by TLC Child & Family Services, a local non-profit serving over 250 youth and families a day, as well as other local organizations and funders …and you!