Project Site Questionnaire
Regeneration Corps is launching in the fall of 2020, connecting youth, farmers, teachers, racial justice leaders, schools, and resilience and agriculture organizations. While students learn regenerative agriculture skills and receive credit for hands-on experience, farms welcome youth to the land and receive volunteer help with projects and build community connections.

Students can choose from three "tracks" - or project types - and farms can choose what types of experiences they want to offer students. Project sites can receive support from the Regeneration Corps staff to develop projects. The tracks or project types include:
At this time, Regeneration Corps offers three different types of learning opportunities:

1. Regeneration Corps Introduction Days: These are one-off events where students take part in a community service project and learn more about Regeneration Corps.  This option requires no experience or long term commitment and allows students (and families!) to decide if Regeneration Corps is right for them!

2. Regenerative Agriculture 101: This four-part workshop series covering Regeneration Corps themes is designed to be integrated into class curriculums or independent studies and includes field trips to local farms.  

3. Flexible Pathways Personalized Learning Program: In this robust Regeneration Corps program, students will regularly participate in on-farm learning days, engage with Regeneration Corps themes, and have the opportunity to pursue skills or subjects of interest as an independent study.  Regeneration Corps partners will work with students and school mentors to design a learning plan that will align with the students’ goals, interests, and graduation requirements, as well as support them through the learning process.    

Please fill in the questionnaire to give more information about your project site and the types of experiences you may be able to offer.

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Name *
Farm / Site Name *
Email Address *
Phone Number *
Site Location (Physical Address) *
Site Characteristics *
Please describe your site and why you think it would be a good fit for this program:
Do you have any project or programming ideas to propose? Please describe them here. (Programming ideas welcome for 1) service projects/work days requiring minimal experience; 2) regenerative agriculture skills training for small groups; and 3) potential content areas for independent study students.)
If you do not have specific proposals for projects, are you open to working with an organizational partner to develop ideas? *
Please describe how your project or educational programming will incorporate social and environmental justice components and any experience you have in these areas.  
What curriculum areas could you cover? *
Please briefly describe how these curriculum areas will be covered: *
How safe/accessible is your site? Please include any other relevant safety precautions/concerns specific to your site). *
How many people can you safely accommodate at your site given Covid-19 requirements? *
Do you collaborate with others (schools, neighbors, organizations)? Please describe: *
What support or resources would you need to make your participation in this program possible?
How did you hear about Regeneration Corps?
Anything else you would like to share with us?
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