The UCSC Farm and the Alan Chadwick Garden are internationally known sites for training and research in organic horticulture and agriculture. Students, faculty, and researchers use both the Farm and Garden as research and teaching sites. The 3-acre Chadwick Garden exhibits a diverse collection, including ornamentals, annual and perennial food crops, an extensive planting of fruit trees (including more than 120 apple varieties), and native California species. The 30-acre Farm includes handworked gardens of annual and perennial food and ornamental crops, mechanically cultivated row crops, orchards, and research plots. The UCSC Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems offices, the agroecology laboratory, new greenhouses, and a visitors’ center are among the facilities located at the Farm. Also on the Farm are the offices of Life Lab, a non-profit organization that develops garden-based science and nutrition curricula and educational programming for students from pre-K through high school, and FoodWhat, the youth empowerment and food justice program.