Educating for Sustainability Student Featured for Sustainable Community Agriculture

Sarah Tracey, a student in the Antioch New England’s Educating for Sustainability program, founded Dharma Harvest to “explore all aspects of what sustaining the self means, and how that ripples out into the community, the state, the country, and the world,” and she hopes the organization will help to promote “agricultural literacy, sustainable agriculture and permaculture, artistic exploration, nourishment, and a way to exist connected with the Earth.”

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