Campus Teaching Farm

Harvesting is well underway for the 2023 Growing Season, after a bumper crop last year where the Campus Farm saw the greatest number of teaching and research projects to date. 

Faculty are invited to consider the Campus Farm for their course(s). The U of T Scarborough Campus Farm provides faculty with the opportunity to use the site as an outdoor classroom for lectures, seminars, tutorials, hands-on workshops, class field trips, and more.

The Call for Campus Farm Project Applications is closed for the 2023 Growing Season. Applications for the 2024 Growing Season will be accepted later in Fall 2023. Questions about how the farm can support your course, can be directed to   

Looking forward to planting seedlings of experiential learning next spring!

Professor Suzanne Sicchia
Acting Vice-Dean Teaching, Learning, & Undergraduate Programs

Morningside Athletic Field under construction


UPDATE: Campus Farm Access - Summer 2023

Planned construction has begun on the Morningside Athletic field, the field that sits between the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC)  and the UTSC Campus Farm. Due to the disruption, the access path to the Campus Farm through the field has been temporarily adjusted for users.  The Revised Campus Farm Map displays the new access gate from Pan Am Drive to the farm. Signage will mark this entrance and provide way finding along the safe pathway to the farm.

open gate located at Morningside Field new entrance to pathway to Campus Farm

Located on the north side of campus, east of the Toronto Pan-Am Sports Centre, and beyond the Morningside Athletic Fields, the U of T Scarborough Campus Farm is a 10-acre brownfield site. The Teaching Farm includes 30 raised planting beds and Indigenous Garden.

Following the Campus Farm signs on Military Trail to the entrance of the Morningside Athletic Fields on Pan Am Drive. Keep following the signs across the fields. Once exiting the fields, turn left on the first street, Bridleholme Crescent.