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Hello!

Does anyone know of any organic/sustainable graduate programs within the United States? Or would finishing up my undergraduate studies and then pursuing to find work (WWOOFing, farm apprenticeship, etc...) be a more fulfilling option? My main interests are organic/sustainable agriculture, urban, and community gardens.

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Alot of schools will let you build your own program.
I know that Umass have a permaculture program, I would also check out uni in Washington state.
http://www.umass.edu/livesustainably/projects/umass-permaculture-gardens
 
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Try the Evergreen State College in Olympia WA to conduct your own program on permaculture. They only offer 4 yr. degrees in science related but the UofWA is a fine step towards a higher degree for any sustainable related matters. Olympia is very progressive in alternative and a healthier, greener culture.
 
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