Farm School

Farm School NYC Faculty Profiles

Farm School NYC Faculty

Our faculty are at the forefront of urban agriculture and are experts in a wide range of topics from social justice issues, to urban planting techniques, to grassroots community organizing.  They run some of the most well-regarded urban farms and gardens in our region, and their approach to teaching is grounded in experiential learning and popular education.  Read all about them, and check back for more profiles. Uli

Just Food Stories: Episode 6 - Barry Rothstein & Aeli Gonzalez Gladstein

Date: 
02/13/2014
From: 
Heritage Radio Network

 Jacquie and Alison talk to Farm School NYC alumni, aquaponic farmer Barry Rothstein & Aeli Gonzalez Gladstein, who are both using their education in urban agriculture to help create a more just food system. 

MAKING UNPROCESSED ACCESSIBLE & LOCALLY GROWN THROUGH URBAN FARMING

Date: 
10/22/2012
From: 
Eating Rules

 Monique Hartl talks about her city farming experiences and her involvement with Just Food's Farm School NYC Program. 

School to Train New York Farmers

Date: 
10/26/2010
From: 
Urban Farm

Information about Just Food's urban agricultural training program, Farm School NYC.

Urban Agriculture: Shifting From Oasis to Food System Mainstream?

Date: 
08/09/2010
From: 
The Geraldine R. Dodge Blog Foundation

Just Food visits Taqwa Farms and discusses the major developments happening in the realm of Urban Agriculture.

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