With a CSA led by Weaver’s Way as a backdrop, Henry Got Crops farm serves as an outdoor classroom for students at W.B. Saul Agricultural High School. The growing space at Henry Got Crops is home to Food Moxie’s educational offerings as well as student and teacher-led initiatives. The larger production farm and orchards are available for hands‐on experiential learning to support students to grow, prepare, cook, and enjoy nutritious food. Students have their own growing spaces, culinary herbs and flower beds, and/or access to lessons to support their farming education. In the summer we also provide a paid internship for Saul and U School students. Students have a say in where the food grown at Saul is distributed, with some of the produce going to fellow students, family members, and local mutual aid initiatives like the NW Mutual Aid Collective. At Saul students are learning first hand about what it means to be a part of a local food system based in community care.