|Bronze - expired
|Aug. 1, 2011
Oklahoma City University
Tier2-2: Organic Garden
|0.25 / 0.25
Does the institution have an on-campus garden where students are able to gain organic farming and/or gardening experience?:
A brief description of the garden:
The OCU COmmunity Garden consists of several prepared beds of plants such as broccolo, lettuce, cauliflower, Swiss chord, peppers, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, basil and other herbs. In addition to to be used by food services, the produce is used by faculty and staff, and student volunteers, and leftover food is given to the Oklahoma regional Food Bank through their "Urban Harvest" program.
The website URL where information about the garden is available:
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