Located in Westmoreland County, Longwood University's Hull Springs Farm is a living, breathing outdoor classroom for educational events, research, and other programs.
Integral to the transition process is the opportunity for the University and local residents to experience a special place for the exploration of new and emerging environmental sustainability practices; interdisciplinary academic exchanges; and the transfer of knowledge needed to advance stewardship of rural working lands.
To manage and develop Hull Springs Farm as a compelling model of conservation and stewardship to educate the students of Longwood University, other institutions, and the greater community about their role in creating a more sustainable planet.
Hull Springs Farm’s Mission Statement is supported by five goals representing a long-term statement of the aspirations for Hull Springs Farm. The goals are further defined by current Strategic Goals that represent a roadmap for the next 3-5 years.
The goals are facilitated and supported by the following principles, which run throughout the strategic planning and implementation process.
January 04, 2019
Longwood officials give Northern Neck residents and others a look at the plan for Hull Springs Farm
October 29, 2018
Read the latest newsletter from Hull Springs
August 16, 2018
WMB area enlarged; camp registration increases
June 26, 2018
Camp Registration Tops Previous Years
June 26, 2018
Facilities study completed.