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A photo tour of College of the Atlantic’s dining and farm operations

College of the Atlantic, Princeton Review’s top ranked “green college” six years running, builds that sustainability mission into its campus food program.

College of the Atlantic (CoA) in Bar Harbor, Maine may be very small—it has less than 400 students—and only offers degrees in human ecology, but that size and emphasis also help it maintain its status as America’s greenest college, topping the Princeton Review “Top 50 Green Colleges” listing for the past six years running. The campus food program plays a key role in this achievement, not only through the kinds of meals it serves—scratch-made with local and organic ingredients where possible, plenty of meatless offerings and meats that are humanely raised and sustainably sourced, including from the school’s own agricultural operations, which raise not only various fruits and vegetables but animals like pigs, cattle, lamb and poultry.

Here’s a short photo tour of the dining and farm operations maintained by College of the Atlantic…

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