As a program of Northampton Community College, the East 40 has committed from its beginnings to provide a place-based learning resource for the college and community.
We support and encourage learning in all its forms - whether by formal classes, community education opportunities or providing resources for self-study and discovery. We invite the curious!
The Food & Identity course we offered during Spring semester was exciting and inspiring, and we are offering it again this Fall. Read more
COMMUNITY ED CLASSES
East 40 has a history of offering a variety of non-credit classes through NCC's Community Ed program.
Our resident beekeeper, Sharon Zondag, will offer "Beekeeping Prep" on Saturday, Oct. 2. Check the catalog for other options in cooking, baking, fermenting, pottery, and much else.
East 40 is on land originally inhabited and cared for by the Lenni Lenape people. We honor their history and heritage, and thank them for helping us in this work. We encourage you to learn more about their nation by visiting this website. This section of the website will continue to expand as we continue on our journey.