Four Seasons Organic Farm

Crops growing with red barns in the background.
Facility Type
Academics

The SUNY Morrisville Four Seasons Organic Farm, operated and maintained by the college's Horticulture Department, is a certified organic farm that provides students with hands-on educational experience through year-round crop production.

Four Seasons Farm, holding USA organic certification since 2016, supplies produce throughout the year to the on-campus Seneca Dining Hall and Morrisville’s Copper Turret Restaurant, while also managing a community supported agriculture (CSA) system. Its abundant crop supply also allows the farm to run a seasonal farm stand and helps sell crops to local businesses.

Continuously experimenting with new practices and increasing its crop production, the farm supplies more than 5,700 pounds of produce from nearly 50 varieties of fruits and vegetables annually. There also are nearly a dozen different varieties of produce simultaneously grown in the farm’s high-tunnel greenhouse.

Programs

Ag business student
Grow a rewarding career. One of every five jobs in the American economy is found in an agricultural or food-related career. Our Associate in Applied Science degree program in agricultural business gives you the technical and business skills you need to choose from a wide range of job options in our nation’s largest industry, or to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
Ag business students pose with a food product they created.
Growing markets. In this exciting time of growth in global opportunity, small and large agricultural businesses in the U.S. have one thing in common: They are all competing for growing local, regional and international markets.
Agricultural Science Professor Jen Gilbert Jenkins holds a handful of soil as she teaches about soil sampling
Grow your future. Through the agricultural science associate degree program at SUNY Morrisville, you will gain fundamental training in agriculture to help prepare you for a career in the agricultural service sector and for technical on-farm work.
Harvesting onions
Cultivate your future. If you love growing and working with plants, whether in a greenhouse, a flower shop or on a farm, hands-on training in horticulture may just be what’s next for you.
Student helping at plant sale
Put that green thumb to work. As a student in our Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) degree program in horticulture business management, you’ll start with a hands-on education in horticulture and grow into an entrepreneur-based approach to owning or operating a horticulture-related business.
Students designing a landscape on the computer
Landscape Design & Management A.S. is no longer accepting new applicants. Still interested in this program? Check out our Horticulture A.A.S. program!   Color your world.