Coupeville Farm to School

The Coupeville Farm to School (CF2S) program is a community driven, community supported effort to help our kids get excited about learning the science and art behind gardening, growing their own food, and setting healthy eating habits at a young age. CF2S supports learning, creativity, and promotes the health of our students through plants, gardens, and cooking.

CF2S is a non-profit that partners with the Coupeville Public School district in Coupeville, WA in the Ebey's National Historical Reserve on beautiful Whidbey Island. Being in the heart of a rich agricultural community, we work with farmers to promote an understanding of where food comes from, how it is grown, and how to make healthy food choices with the students of the district.

$15,000 yearly
Coupeville Farm to School Coupeville, Washington, USA
22 May, 2019
Full time
Coupeville Farm to School   is hosting an AmeriCorps member for a year of service connecting kids to healthy food from seed-to-table through growing, preparing, and eating healthy food.  Corps members will be applying to be a part of a statewide initiative organizationally hosted by   Common Threads  and have the opportunity to serve in   Coupeville, WA   on beautiful Whidbey Island. The AmeriCorps Youth Food Educator Will... Lead garden lessons in the spring and fall Lead cooking lessons in the winter Lead after school programming and clubs Support special events for families Support social media and website development Maintain and improve school gardens Work in the Coupeville School District with teachers, administrators, families, and students! To apply for an AmeriCorps position with Coupeville Farm to School, send a  resume  and  cover letter  to: Email: AND  Fill out an application at This is a full time AmeriCorps service position lasting 11.5 months with a bi-weekly living stipend of roughly $650/week. Coupeville Farm to School will work with all applicants to find affordable housing during the duration of the term of service. AmeriCorps is a federal, civil-service volunteer program aimed at engaging adults with the goal of helping others and meeting critical needs in a community.