Campus Garden

T6 2 16 campus garden 2his morning Reynolda Hall had its very own farmer’s market of sorts.  The Office of Sustainability alerted the Campus Life offices (and some of their campus partner offices) about the event, which was on the Reynolda Hall patio:

“Join the Campus Garden@Polo Road for the first garden stand of the season. Bring your coworkers and come early. Local produce is a hot commodity and when it’s gone, it’s gone!  Enjoy a variety of goodness including greens, radishes, flowers, raspberry transplants, onions, garlic and chives. Learn more about the Campus Garden@Polo Road volunteer hours on our website.”

6 2 16 campus gardenIf you have students in summer school and they are looking for a way to be active, be outdoors, and/or do something in the spirit of our Pro Humanitate motto, they should consider volunteering at the Campus Garden@Polo Road.  Or at minimum, to keep an eye out for the opportunity to buy homegrown fruits and veggies!

— by Betsy Chapman

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