|Submission Date||June 22, 2021|
University of Georgia
IN-7: Community Garden
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Sustainability Metrics Intern
Office of Sustainability
A brief description of the institution’s community garden:
The mission of UGArden is to build a community of students centered on a sustainable food system. The goals of UGArden are: 1) to teach students to grow food using organic practices through experiential learning; 2) to share healthy, sustainably grown food with members of the local community who are facing food insecurity; 3) to provide an opportunity for engagement, service and experimentation; and 4) to foster an entrepreneurial spirit. Since the summer of 2013, 20 homeschool families have been coming to UGArden once a week to plant and care for a plot of their own. With assistance from UGArden students and staff, the homeschool children learn to care for their own garden, from planting to harvest.
Website URL where information about the community garden is available:
Estimated number of individuals that use the institution’s community garden annually:
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