Cal Poly's College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) is manages nearly 10,000 acres of land on two campuses dedicated to instruction and research and serves as a living laboratory for assessing sustainability practices.
Cal Poly's College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) is comprised of ten academic departments that feature nearly two dozen majors – from agribusiness to food science to recreation, parks & tourism!
Center for Sustainability interns offer public demonstrations on a variety of topics such as composting and native plant landscaping.
Cal Poly's beautiful Swanton Pacific Ranch in Santa Cruz County is a 3,000 acre Learn by Doing jewel that models sustainability practices in agriculture and natural resources management.
The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) home campus in San Luis Obispo is comprised of nearly 6,000 acres that has a long tradition of agricultural stewardship.
Center for Sustainability public events are a great way to learn about cutting edge topics in sustainable food systems, to network and to share ideas.
The Center for Sustainability helps to advance sustainability in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) through fundraising, outreach and support for teaching and research.
Our annual Sustainable Agriculture Pest Management Conference provides participants with continuing education units and has been offered for the past dozen years during the first week of December.
The Cal Poly Compost Project, initiated by the Center, provides public education and professional development training in the area of composting and nutrient cycling.