Our 10 acre organic garden and orchard produces 35-40 varieties of fruits and vegetables.
Well over 8,000 pounds of produce, grass fed beef, and pork come directly from the farm to our dining hall. Midland students share meals with faculty families 5 nights a week engaging in lively dinnertime conversation while enjoying the bounty of the ranch and garden.
In addition to academic work, students plant, tend and harvest produce in our organic garden, prune fruit trees and participate in raising and feeding livestock. They develop patience while following nature’s rhythm as they accomplish chores needed to sustain the Midland community. A working understanding of what it takes to get healthy food from “farm to table” results in a deeper level of appreciation and sense of fulfillment at this critical time in our student’s lives.