Farm School NYC


Advanced courses provide depth and breadth to material covered in the core courses. Certificate students can enroll in advanced courses after completing the necessary core course requirements. 

Crop Production: Advanced crop planning for vegetable, fruit, flower, and herb production. Students will gain a deeper understanding of specific plant families, including crop science and growing needs. Students will develop crop plans. 


Below are Farm School NYC's core courses, phase one of the Certificate in Urban Agriculture Program. All of these courses will be open in 2015 to people not registered in our Certificate Program. If you are interested in taking a course, apply as a non-certificate student today!



Offering comprehensive professional training in all aspects of Urban Agriculture, our curriculum consists of four main parts*:

Part 1: 14 core courses to provide a foundation in urban agriculture and food justice

Part 2: advanced coursework in a chosen areas of focus 

Part 3: an apprenticeship in your chosen focus area

Apprenticeship - The Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger

General Information

Name of apprenticeship site:

Bed Stuy Campaign Against Hunger

Location of apprenticeship site:

2010 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11233

Name and title of supervisor:

Claire Lynch, Volunteer Coordinator & Garden Programs Manager

Supervisor Contact Info (Email and Phone):; (718) 773-3551 x 115

Apprenticeship Site - Queens Farm