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An Update from the BCC Sustainable Agriculture Program

The sustainable agriculture program at Bristol Community College has a new look and a new program coordinator. Professor Kimberly Amaral Newton has taken up the position of program coordinator after the long-time coordinator, Jim Corven, retired last August. Since taking on the program, Prof. Newton has secured a $15,000 grant from the Koppelman family to help refurbish and greatly expand the growing capacity of the college, including constructing a series of modular greenhouses to extend the growing period into the school year.

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Open Enrollment for UMass Summer Online Sustainable Food & Farming Courses

You are invited to take one or more of UMass’ online classes in Sustainable Food and Farming, either individually or toward completion of the UMass 15-credit Certificate Program, 60-credit Associate of Science degree, or fully online B.S. degree.  These credits also transfer to other universities and colleges. All courses offered fully online.

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Introduction to Permaculture course offered this Summer at Bristol Community College

Bristol Community College: AGR 124: Introduction to Permaculture Fall River Campus      Summer 2018      3 credits  June 4th-July 18th 2018 Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00-9:30 pm Permaculture is the design of food systems and social structures to provide for human needs while restoring ecosystem health. This course will offer a foundation in permaculture history, principles, ethics, design

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