A new student-run community farm hopes to begin providing organic produce to the 17 campus dining facilities at Stanford University beginning next January, according to a report in the Stanford Daily. The one-acre patch includes a fruit orchard, herb garden and a number of individual plots maintained by Stanford students, faculty and staff. Project organizers also intend to use the space as an educational outlet, with a class on sustainable agriculture slated to be offered next spring.

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