Oxford students harvest vegetables from the farm.

From Georgia farms to Emory tables

A partnership with the Oxford College Organic Farm is part of Emory’s bold commitment to support the next generation of local farmers and provide sustainably grown food for Emory’s campuses.

Emory University has started a new partnership with The Conservation Fund that aims to help break down land ownership barriers through an innovative collaboration designed to support next-generation farmers across metro Atlanta while boosting the supply of fresh, local, sustainably grown food for Emory’s campus and hospital communities.

Contributing to a sustainable food system is deeply woven into the university’s broader sustainability goals. Emory already has a food purchase agreement with the Oxford College organic farm, an 11-acre farm adjacent to the Oxford College campus that annually produces about 25,000 pounds of fresh, healthy food for Emory dining halls, CSAs and farmers markets, as well as providing hands-on learning opportunities for students across many disciplines.

Find out more about Emory's partnerships that help bring food from Georgia farms to Emory tables.

Find out more about Emory's partnerships that help bring food from Georgia farms to Emory tables.

Discover more about the Oxford Organic Farm.