The Mobile Kitchen Classroom will empower high school students to become food citizens, actively contributing to the creation of a new, healthy and sustainable food culture. This intensive, semester-long program explores the history and science of food, diverse food cultures, resilient agriculture and cooking. The students' experience will culminate in the preparation of a Mindful Meal and production of a creative project to help spread the word about what it means to be a food citizen.
This Mobile Kitchen Classroom's innovative curriculum uses hands-on, project-based learning. Students will be immersed in engaging projects, lively discussions and meaningful interactions with farmers, chefs, educators and creative storytellers.
Stone Barns Center and SHFT Co-founders Adrian Grenier and Peter Glatzer are proud to partner in bringing the Mobile Kitchen Classroom to high school students in New York City and beyond.