With fields, hoophouses and a greenhouse covering 10 acres of MTSO’s 80-acre campus, the farm provides produce for campus meals, people in need and members of our Community Supported Agriculture program. It also serves as a model and resource for local community gardens and food pantries, and it provides MTSO’s students with a practical sense of how sustainable living can be practiced every day.
About Seminary Hill Farm
Founded by Methodist Theological School in Ohio in December 2013, Seminary Hill Farm has grown to become the most visible component of a broad commitment to sustainability and social justice.
Seminary Hill Farm is part of Methodist Theological School in Ohio, a graduate institution founded in 1958.
On a frigid day in December 2013, a group gathered on the snowy campus of Methodist Theological School in Ohio to begin erecting two agricultural hoop houses.
Location and Contact Info
The fields of Seminary Hill Farm bookend the facilities on the MTSO campus, located on U.S. Route 23, a half-hour north of downtown Columbus.
Visit the Farm
We welcome guests and embrace the chance to show folks around and talk about how and why we farm on the campus of a graduate theological school.