Courses and Internships

How does it work?

Each semester will teach you something different about farming and food systems, from spring planting season to the fall harvest. Students are able to take up to 10 credits at the PEAS Farm, or the equivalent of one growing season with the spring, summer, and fall internships.

The PEAS Farm serves over 60 students from diverse majors each year through our internship programs. Try it out with a fall or spring internship. Or, jump right into farming with our summer intensive.

For all of these internship experiences, there are no prerequisite courses and no experience is required. All internships are open to both graduate students and undergraduates.

The PEAS Farm Internships meet internship requirements for several majors, minors, and certificates on campus, including Environmental Studies and Climate Change Studies Programs.