ORGANIC GARDEN PROGRAM
Westminster's organic garden is a space for students to collectively grow healthy local produce. The small garden includes raised vegetable beds, compost bins, a gathering space, and a chicken coop. Student volunteers maintain the garden, and the produce is available each week at a campus farm stand.
The full campus garden program also involves monthly cooking classes, a fall food film series, discussion groups, workshops, and a partnership with the Westminster for Real Food movement.
There are lots of ways to get involved in the garden program: pdf/environmental_center/Going and Growing Organic.pdf
VOLUNTEER IN THE GARDEN
Volunteering is a great way to get service hours, trade time for fresh produce, and meet new people. You can help out in any of the following ways . . .
The Campus Organic Garden is located next to the Bicycle Collective, down the alley running west of 1200 East, directly across from the lower entrance to the Jewett parking garage.
For more information, or if you would like to be added to the weekly email list, please contact the Garden Coordinators Katy Dalrymple & Ideana Carrasco: email@example.com