OSFP Education includes: tours of the organic vegetable farm, farming demonstrations by all ability employees, restaurant tours and menu options by the Chef at The Old School Resturant made from food from the farm, and finally the creation of clay art inspired by their engagement with the different programs and people.


Eventually, the program grew so large the classes where standardized to wheel throwing classes offered every 6 weeks, date nights, kids classes, corporate events, and private parties- with customizable options for farm tours, and resturant engagement. The larger mission of the educational program  was to inspire participants to experience the connections between agriculture, clay arts, and food in an inclusive social and working culture.

Watermark photo credit to Nashville photographer Stacey Irvin