Welcome to the homepage of the CSUN Food Garden!
About the Garden
The CSUN food garden aims to educate students about sustainable food gardening techniques and healthy food choices, and to promote direct community involvement and provide service-learning opportunities to students. A food garden working group, chaired by Dr. Erica Wohldmann and Jean Porter, was started in July 2009, and the group met monthly with campus leaders and students to develop the CSUN community food garden. Since then, the garden has grown tremendously! With over 400 square feet of raised beds and the installation of low-water irrigation, all built by dedicated student, faculty, and staff volunteers like you! we’ve been growing strawberries, kale, broccoli, melons, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, and so much more! Please check our calendar of events and the “Get Involved” link to see how you can participate!
Location: The garden is located on the North East side of the California State University, Northridge campus between the baseball and softball fields and directly behind Northridge Academy High School. (click on the link to view a map of the campus)
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Use the Resources page to find Gardening Tips and more.
If you would like to find out about future workdays, projects and workshops via email contact us at email@example.com and ask to be added to our garden list serve.
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