The 13-month program will attend the intimate connections among land, space, justice, soil, place, and neighbor
Integrating fresh food from local farms into meals on campus
Discovering the gifts of Sabbath
Listen to the Farminary's Nate Stucky on the "Food and Faith Podcast"
Seminary students and Princeton University undergrads explore how faith relates to the land and those who work it
View photos and listen to audio recordings from the conference.
Nate Stucky, director of The Farminary Project, is featured in a new article exploring the subject of food waste as a religious issue.
The Farminary featured in Christianity Today
A Farminary Photo Essay
The Farminary integrates theological education with small-scale agriculture
Jacqueline Lapsley on Ecology and Scripture
Nate Stucky on Theology and Sustainable Agriculture
Jeff Chu ’19 writes about his growing experience at the Farminary
“At Princeton, we had precept groups—we’d engage text and debate. That gave me confidence to have those conversations anywhere.”