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On Tuesday, Sept. 1, about 75 YSHS freshmen toured the Antioch College Farm and met with campus experts to learn firsthand about sustainable agriculture, farm-to-table programs, local food sourcing and beekeeping. The tour was one of several launch activities for the ninth-grade integrated curriculum, “Food for Thought,” in which students will explore food issues in all of their classes. The project will culminate in a communitywide Food Expo on Nov. 20 in Yellow Springs. Local farmers and chefs are currently being recruited to partner with students for the Food Expo. Those interested should contact Elisabeth Simon at YSHS.


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