Live Chat: BSc Regenerative Food and Farming

Join the Schumacher College programme lead for an open session to discuss the first undergraduate degree at Dartington Trust for over ten years.
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WHEN:

Friday 16 April, 4pm [UK time]

SPEAKER:

Caroline Aitken

VENUE:

Online (via Zoom)

PRICING:

Free

 About this EVENT

This event gives prospective students for the new BSc in Regenerative Food and Farming the opportunity to speak directly with the Programme Lead about joining the programme ahead of the preferred application deadline on 1 May.

The BSc in Regenerative Food and Farming is the first undergraduate course at Dartington for 10 years. Students will explore leading-edge alternatives to mainstream agricultural practices and food systems through a programme of integrated experiential learning, study alongside expert faculty and practitioners, meaningful work placement, and guided independent projects.

This event will take place on Zoom, and will involve a short presentation from Caroline, followed by plenty of time for you to put your questions to her about the course, the application process and what life is like studying at Schumacher College. 

Caroline Aitken

Caroline Aitken

Caroline is a permaculture teacher and runs Whitefield Permaculture design consultancy. She teaches and speaks at venues around the UK and is passionate about soil regeneration, agroecology and healthy, sustainable food. She has previously worked in horticulture, small-scale farming, green catering, illustration and design.

Caroline currently lives on a smallholding with her family on the edge of Dartmoor, Devon where they produce fruit, vegetables, honey, eggs and firewood for their home. She trained and worked with Patrick Whitefield (author of The Earth Care Manual) for several years and co-authored Food From Your Forest Garden with Martin Crawford.

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