Agriculture Stewardship Center

The Dordt College Agriculture Stewardship Center (ASC) operates on the principle that creation belongs to the Creator, and we have been given the privilege of caring for and using it.

The ASC, located two miles north of the college, and the North Farm (intersection of B30 and Hwy 75) consist of 200 acres, where we raise livestock and grow row crops, small grains, and produce. Agricultural buildings are available for class sessions, student research, livestock production, and animal care.

The ASC plays a key role in preparing students to work as professionals and servant-leaders in agriculture. Dordt students are guided and encouraged as they evaluate agricultural technology and practices from a biblical, Reformed perspective. Students see that God calls them—through the power of his Holy Spirit—to transform local and global food systems so that they better reflect the biblical principles of justice, love for one's neighbor, and care for creation.

Hands-on learning opportunities

Find out more about agricultural degree programs at Dordt College or contact the admissions office at 1-800-343-6738.