Eden Hall Campus Summer programs
Summer programming at Chatham's Eden Hall campus offers unique opportunities for learning for people of all ages, education, and professional levels. The programs offer one-of-a-kind instruction from Chatham faculty renowned for their work in sustainability, food studies, and environmental leadership and education. For more information about any of the programs listed below, please contact Jessica Mooney with the School of Sustainability and the Environment at 412-365-2705 or email@example.com.
High School Food, Farm & Field | July 7-20, 2013
In Summer 2012, Food, Farm & Field debuted to college undergraduate and graduate students. In Summer 2013, we will offer the course to motivated high school students who wish to learn more about food, sustainability, and the food system's impact on the environment. Following a similar curriculum to the university-level Food, Farm & Field, this program will be a two week-long residential program with students staying at Chatham's Eden Hall Campus and include field trips, class discussions, and interactive activities both in the field and in the kitchen.
Food, Farm & Field | July 28-August 10, 2013
This undergraduate and graduate session of Food, Farm & Field is a dynamic and immersive two-week program investigating the relationship between food, farming, and the environment. For more in-depth information, please visit the Food, Farm & Field page.