Re: campus gardens
Here on the West Coast, I would suggest contacting people at the following
UC campuses. Contacts at each program will be able to fill in the gaps and
give you even more ideas, I am sure. The trick is finding these folks
inside during this busy season!
1. UC Santa Cruz Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS)
CASFS has an incredible program, based on a certified organic farm (they
train 35+ students each year in a six-month apprenticeship in Ecological
Horticulture), and it includes a Community Supported Agriculture project as
well as a Market Cart at the entrance to campus (flowers, fruit, veggies).
2. UC Davis has a Student Experimental Farm as well as a Children's Garden
Program. The link below is to the Children's Garden, but also has links to
the Market Garden (which supplies produce to a campus coffee house) and
Community Supported Agriculture projects.
Education & Outreach Coordinator
Life Lab Science Program
>Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 14:06:21 -0500 (EST)
>From: "David J. Tigner" <email@example.com>
>Organization: University of Vermont
>Subject: [cg] campus gardens
>Hello, I am a student at the University of Vermont. A am currently
>proposal for my senior project. I hope to set up raised beds and or
>campus in which food can be produced for use in the campus dining
>halls. If anyone
>has any suggestions as to how I can make this happen, your input would be
>Also, if anybody knows of any university campuses where food production is
>currently in operation, it would be great if you could let me know.
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