Farm to school programs link local farmers with schools.

This simple concept holds great potential as a solution to two of the major challenges facing our society: concerns about the diet and health of children and the dwindling of small farms. By purchasing locally grown products, schools are able to serve fresher produce to students, create new markets for local farms, and incorporate exciting programs that meet state education standards. Farms gain a sense of community involvement by impacting the lives of children and becoming involved in agricultural education, while benefiting from increased sales.


Sign Up for Summer Camps

Summer Camps take place on a working farm in Gold Hill. Children learn where their food comes from through hands-on activities, and lots of exploring. Including farm chores, harvesting for simple group prepared meals, preserving, homesteading skills, caring for farm animals, science projects, crafts and more! A farm fresh lunch will be created by participants each day, harvest to table!

Cultivating healthy kids, environmental stewardship, farm relationships and the local economy


2015 Siskiyou Challenge, September 19th!

Siskiyou Challenge is a 6-leg multi-sport relay race that benefits Rogue Valley Farm to School and draws racers from near and far. The event includes activities for non-racers as well, we have new ideas coming together. You can expect a less challenging something, live music and a harvest fest that highlights RVF2S seasonal eduction activities. The race starts and finishes at ScienceWorks.