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BHSU Campus Garden - Volunteer Today!

The BHSU campus garden, located south of the Yellow Jacket Apartments, was established in 2008 by students living in the residence halls. Since then, the garden has grown through the volunteer efforts of faculty and staff, student organizations, and community groups. The garden occupies a space 70ft by 100ft. We've estimated that the garden requires 550+ hours of planting, watering, weeding, harvesting, and ground preparation each year. All of the produce harvested from the garden is prepared into meals at our campus dining hall, The Hive.



Activities at the BHSU campus garden:

  • Planting
  • Weeding
  • Harvesting
  • Education
  • Eating and enjoying vegetables and fruit

 

The BHSU campus garden is open to BHSU students as well as the community, and we have a few spots left. Sign up today! The cost is $10 for students and $20 for community members. There is a 15 hour time commitment and all participants will take home their share of the harvest. Group work sessions and garden workshops are scheduled to take place during the summer, starting in June. For more information on times and dates, check out our Upcoming Events.