PLANTS Off-Farm Lesson Request
CCUA’s PLANTS Program engages learners of all ages in hands-on experiences that emphasize the connection between food, health, and the environment. The PLANTS Program experiences take many forms and engage all ages in hands-on experiential learning to develop a deeper understanding of the social, cultural, environmental and economic impact of food on our communities. School, civic, and community groups can learn about the connection between food, health and the environment through our interactive lessons. We hope to empower and inspire learners to take skills acquired through the PLANTS Program and implement them in their homes, schools or workplaces.

CCUA charges a fee of $7 per student to facilitate lessons at an organizations site.
Group Name *
Coordinator Name *
Coordinator Phone Number *
Coordinator Email *
Site Address *
Brief description of your groups mission and values *
What is your goal in having CCUA facilitate a lesson with your group? *
Preferred Date of First Visit *
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Backup Date of First Visit *
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Would you like our educators to visit your site multiple times? *
How frequently?
Please provide a list of your preferred dates and times for these future events.
We teach a wide variety of subjects at CCUA. Please select from the following list which topics you would like covered during your visit(s) *
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Number of Participants *
Do not include adult teachers, group leaders, chaperones, or volunteers.
Age range of participants *
Number of Adult Group Leaders / Chaperones / Volunteers *
We understand that not every organization has the funds to have our educators visit their site. Depending on our current grant funding we may be able to offer financial aid to certain organizations. Would you like to be considered for financial aid?
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