Welcome to Dilmun Hill. We are a student-run farm that has been practicing sustainable agriculture on Cornell University's campus for more than a decade. Our mission is to provide students with opportunities for experiential learning, group collaboration and research. Throughout the year we host work parties where volunteers work in the fields and experience the latest in sustainable ag practices. The student managers and steering committee members collaborate with the Organic Coordinator and Faculty Advisors to provide leadership in farm operations and disseminate information through education and outreach. We also collaborate with various organizations on campus, such as MacDaniels Nut Grove (MNG). Our popular campus farm stand offers Dilmun Hill produce for sale from June through October and we supply local produce to Cornell Dining and Manndible Café in season.
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Ever wonder what it takes to manage a vibrant and successful student-run farm? It’s not all fun and games (though there’s a lot of that, too). Check out Dilmun Hill’s 2016 Market Garden Report. It highlights farming and marketing operations in detail, and introduces infrastructure improvements, the Dilmun community and outreach activities. It discusses last year's agricultural challenges, opportunities and lessons learned, and provides ideas and guidance for the next growing seasons.
The Dilmun Hill Barn Project
This exciting project is led by an interdisciplinary team of students, supported by faculty and university staff. The team is in the final stages of designing a new barn for the farm and completing the architectural drawings, before construction can begin in the summer. Learn more and follow the progress
New high tunnel to extend growing season
The production-scale high tunnel does not only extend the growing season at Dilmun Hill, but also serves as an educational resource for the many classes that visit the farm. It is mounted on rails, so that the tunnel can be easily moved between two different growing areas. Learn more
See time-lapse videos of the installation: