Korynn Martinez, Community Garden Coordinator & Garden Club President
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Located behind the Residence Hall on the main campus, the Weber State Community Garden is a student-managed and operated garden that is focused on providing fresh fruit and vegetables. The food grown in the garden is donated to the Weber Cares Pantry and within the local community. The garden offers education on home gardening, composting, and advice for plant care. Volunteers gain practical experience working in a horticultural setting and the first pick of produce.
Volunteering days are case by case throughout the summer growing season. If you would like to volunteer or collect service hours, please contact the garden coordinator by emailing email@example.com or signing up for weekly meetups via GivePulse. The growing season is broken up into three parts:
A Guide to a Sustainable Garden & Kitchen is finally here! After months of effort, this guide is ready for you! Hopefully this guide can act as a way to help education you on current issues we face in the world regarding food sustainability, as well as provide options and actions that you can do in your own home to become more sustainable! These actions include different practices in the garden, as well as practices you can take into your own kitchen to help grow your own food and reduce food waste. Please check it out, and pass it on. Thank you!
Community Garden Donation Link - All funds go towards the budget and improvement of the garden. We appreciate any and all donations, you can also contact the garden coordinator below to donate any extra equipment or plants.
See the below image to see where our community garden is located. Tucked away behind the Wildcat Village dorms.