I want to start a new garden or add plants on campus, how can I do this?
Posted: January 18, 2018 at 11:06 am, Last Updated: January 19, 2018 at 9:13 am
We have five existing gardens on Fairfax campus and one at the Science and Technology campus that need constant care so please consider volunteering or adding to our existing areas. Existing gardens include the Innovation Food Forest, the Potomac Heights Organic Vegetable Garden, the Presidents Park Greenhouse, the Green Studio, and the Child Development Center Garden. Therefore if you are passionate about gardening please get involved to help us maintain our current gardens by joining GOGA (GMU Organic Garden Association) and volunteering. Find the volunteer schedules and information by visiting green.gmu.edu and navigating to the associated pages. You can also find these sites represented on Facebook and Instagram by searching for gmugarden, gmugreenhouse, and gmufoodforest.
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