Edible Campus UNC is a program of the North Carolina Botanical Garden that creates working landscapes across UNC-Chapel Hill to facilitate campus community engagement in topics of food and agriculture sustainability.
Edible Campus Satellite Gardens
Eleven (and counting!) garden beds across campus that have been converted to incorporate edible, medicinal, and pollinator-friendly plants—free for passersby to pick! These gardens demonstrate an alternative approach to landscape design and re-connect the individuals with the food growing process.
Main Edible Campus Garden
A quarter acre organic production garden that serves as an educational resource in the heart of the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. This garden donates its produce to the student-run campus food pantry, and uses its space for nutrition workshops, academic research, community events, and more! The produce grown in this garden is therefore not open to public foraging like our Satellite Gardens, however all gets recirculated back in the the Carolina community.
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