Edible Campus UNC
Edible Campus UNC is a program of the North Carolina Botanical Garden that creates working landscapes across the UNC Chapel Hill campus to facilitate student engagement in food and agriculture sustainability.
Our garden spaces include a quarter-acre production and education garden in the heart of the UNC Chapel Hill campus, and eleven (and counting!) satellite garden beds spread across campus converted to growing edible, medicinal, and pollinator-friendly plants. The main Edible Campus garden serves as a hub of activity for the University's diverse food, community, and social justice initiatives. The eleven satellite gardens serve to enhance Carolina's interactive campus landscape by encouraging community engagement with food systems and sustainable thinking, and providing passersby with a fresh, healthy snack.
More information about Edible Campus UNC, including how to get involved:
Updated on June 03, 2014 at 04:28:22 pm.