The School of Adaptive Agriculture
The School of Adaptive Agriculture (SAA) is a vocational training center that equips the current and next generation with essential skills in the science, art and business of food production. Through our workshops and residential practicum program, the School of Adaptive Agriculture has gained a reputation for being one of the premier agriculture schools in Northern California.
The school’s practicum program is an intensive, 14 week agricultural program where…
About the School
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Workshops & Events
Up-to-date workshops & events for agriculturists, farmers, hobbyists and other…
A Residential, Practicum Program
The 14 week Practicum Student Program is an intensive, adult, residential program which derives its uniqueness from its in-depth, holistic curriculum and the school’s surrounding farming community. Students cover the spectrum of sustainable agricultural theory (which is adaptive to individual interests), while living and working side-by-side with other farmers on a beautiful 5,000 acre working ranch in Mendocino County, California. All graduates leave with a top notch education, hands-on practical experience, a network of mentors and peers, and a sense of the nobility of this profession.