A research, education, and public service
program dedicated to increasing
ecological sustainability and social
justice in the food and agriculture
system. The mission of the Center is to
research, develop, and advance
sustainable food and agricultural
systems that are environmentally sound,
economically viable, socially responsible,
non-exploitative, and that serve as a
foundation for future generations. On
the UCSC campus, the Center also
operates the 2-acre Alan Chadwick
Garden and the 25-acre Farm. Both sites
are managed using organic production
methods and serve as research,
teaching, and training facilities for
students, staff, and faculty.
CASFS, UC Santa Cruz,
1156 High St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95064.
Phone: (831) 459-3240/ 4140