Spring 2021 Curricular & Co-Curricular Collaborations

Class circling up at Duke Campus Farm

The Duke Campus Farm is proud to teach credit-bearing courses that engage traditional pedagogies and experiential learning. In addition to teaching our own courses, the Duke Campus Farm collaborates with faculty across campus to make the farm a dynamic classroom. Connect with us to initiate a course collaboration or site visit. 

View Duke Campus Farm's Spring 2021 curricular & co-curricular collaborations; as well as Duke's food, farming, and environmental justice-focused course offerings below:


  • ENVIRON209: Food, Farming & Feminism (U)
  • HOUSECS: Industrial Animal Agriculture (U)
  • ENVIRON245: The Theory and Practice of Sustainability (U)
  • HISTORY371: Feast and Famine: Food in Global History (U)
  • AAAS352: Pigging Out: The Cultural Politics of Food (U)
  • RIGHTS332S: Farmworkers in NC (U)
  • BIOLOGY156S: Environmental Justice & Equity (U)
  • ENVIRON790.40: Environmental Justice (G)
  • ENVIRON795: Practicum in Community-Based Environmental Management (G)
  • Certificate in Sustainability Engagement (U)
  • Program 2 (U)


Did we forget something? Email us at dukecampusfarm@gmail.com and we'll add it to the list