2014 Institute

Sarah Archbald and Tom O'Dowd (Environmental & Urban Studies, Bard College) prepare to serve veggies and steelhead.

Conservation educator Sarah Archbald and Tom O’Dowd (Environmental & Urban Studies, Bard College) prepare to serve veggies and steelhead. Photo by Susan Hereth

Farms & Food
Teaching the Hudson Valley from the Ground Up

 

This year’s institute was held July 29-31 at the Henry A. Wallace Education & Visitors Center, Franklin D. Roosevelt Home & Presidential Library, Hyde Park, NY.

These photos and the materials below will give you a flavor for the three days even if you weren’t able to join us.

The 2015 institute will be July 28-30. Let us know if you have suggestions for themes.

Roxbury Farm founder Jean-Paul Courtens (in blue t-shirt) talks with THV field experience participants on day two of the institute. They also visited the adjacent Martin Van Buren National Historic Site. Photo by Bill Urbin, National Park Service.

Roxbury Farm founder Jean-Paul Courtens (in blue t-shirt) talks with THV field experience participants on day two of the institute. They also visited the adjacent Martin Van Buren National Historic Site. Photo by Bill Urbin, National Park Service.