Edible Garden

Stop by during the summer months to check out our "edible garden" led by the Green Campus Project student organization. Approximately 30’ x 50’, the garden is located between McGregor and Royce Hall and contains a mix of vegetables, fruits, and flowers raised using organic methods.

This garden was able to become a reality thanks to help from PACCE, SUFAC, Campus Facilities & Planning, Green Campus Project, Peter Flanary's Advanced Sculpture class, UW-Platteville student Courtney Alexander, and many others.

Can you take produce?

The short answer is yes! But the long answer is we ask that you try to do so during volunteer hours so that we can weigh what is taken. We want to keep good records of our production so that we can share our results with campus.

Alternative, look for the mini-edible gardens located around campus (you will see veggies growing all over if you look closely). These are planted for everyone to help themselves, whenever they want!

How to get involved

Green Campus Project runs the garden, they meet every Wednesday during the academic year from 6-7 p.m. in the Art Building room 204.

In the news

Edible Garden Ready, Available For Campus, 9/21/15 Exponent

Campus Garden to Provide Food for Students, 7/10/15 University News

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