The Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems Guides: On-Farm Experimental Learning for high school and college students project is my focus for the Provosts Sustainability Internship program. The direct outcome of the project is the production of Activity Guides. Additional outcomes include improved sustainability awareness and practices by students who engage the activities, either visiting students, or UCSC students who help lead the activities. The Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems Activity Guides serve as a critical educational tool used by UCSC for recruiting underrepresented students from regional community colleges and high schools. The Guides are designed to help the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems make optimal use of its facility and staff, in support of these recruitment goals. Furthermore, the guides will continue to serve as educational resources available to others campuses working towards similar goals. This book will be available to anybody via free Internet download, making it easily accessible for future leaders as a resource in which they can use for their own projects. The project will create fifteen new agroecology/horticultural related, hands-on activities. The goal is not only to spread the word and knowledge about sustainability but also inspire others to take action, and become physically and intellectually involved, just as I am learning in the process of being an intern on the project, and this will ultimately help add on to UCSC’s sustainability goals. The project will address such sustainability goals tied to academics and curriculum of the Environmental Studies department, it will also address issues within Food and Food systems and Social and Environmental Justice.