Wildcat Farm


As you walk through Wildcat Farm at Central Washington University, the smell of freshly tilled earth fills the air, and the vibrant hues of various crops catch your eye. Here at this living laboratory, you can witness firsthand the integration of sustainable farming practices and cutting-edge research.

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Our mission is to support education, community health, and environmental stewardship on campus by examining the social and ecological implications of our food system.

About Us

At the Wildcat Farm, we provide opportunities for students and faculty to participate in growing food for the community.

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Education

As part of our mission to be a "living laboratory" on campus, the Wildcat Farm serves as an educational space for students.

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In order to provide educational, sustainable opportunities to our friends and neighbors we need your support.

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Get Involved

Signing up with the Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement office will get you recorded service hours.

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Community Garden

Our space for individuals and groups to practice self sustenance and resilience through growing their own food.

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Students and faculty work side by side, diligently tending to the fields, sharing knowledge and insights. You feel a sense of connection to the food you eat, the environment, and the community, all intertwined in a cycle of growth and learning. The farm not only serves as an educational hub but inspires you to reflect on the broader implications of agriculture and its essential role in society.

Our farm occupies ancestral land of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama nation, made up of Klikitat, Palus, Wallawalla, Wanapum, Wenatchi, Wishram, and Yakama people. The Yakama people remain committed stewards of this land, cherishing it and protecting it, as instructed by elders through generations. We are honored and grateful to be here today on traditional lands. We give thanks to the legacy of the original people, their lives, and their descendants.

 

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