Beginning Urban Farmer Apprenticeship (BUFA)

Application period ends
this Sunday, January 13.
 Join us beginning in April 2013
for an 8-month, season-long, beginning farmer training including:
  • Comprehensive curriculum in urban farming and sustainable farming methods through classes, field trips, farmers market experience and an online learning platform
  • Hands-on, in-the-field apprenticeship with experienced local farmers and educators
  • OSU’s established Growing Farms: Successful Whole Farm Management Workshop Series, an established small farm business planning course
  • Application period open
November 15, 2012 – January 13, 2013
Classes begin 
April 3, 2013


Enrollment limited to 
20 participants.
  Work-trade and Full Scholarships 
are available.
   Apply now! 
 For more information and applications:


email:        phone: 503-421-5708


The Beginning Urban Farming Apprenticeship (BUFA) provides in-depth and comprehensive training in urban farming and sustainable farming methods. This innovative educational program is designed to give new and aspiring urban farmers and community land stewards the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to grow and market fresh vegetables, fruits, grains, cut flowers, and other products in urban settings.
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