Hotchkiss School has recently added a farm to it's prime 810 acres of Connecticut land. The school is trying to bridge the gap between the disconnect that now exists between students and mother nature. Food produced on the farm will be served in the dining halls, and eventually, will the be sole source of the school's diet. This year alone, the farm will produce enough food for 900 students.
This past year, Loomis Chaffee School has joined the ranks of sustainable schools and created a 40' by 40' composting area on its campus.
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