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FAQ: Campus Garden Produce - Sustainability at Wake Forest

Sustainability at Wake Forest

FAQ: Campus Garden Produce

Q.  How do I get produce from the campus garden? 

A. During the summer, the campus garden occasionally offered a produce stand on campus. However, now that the school year has started, the only way to enjoy the organic produce from the garden is to volunteer. If you, or a group you’re involved in are looking for hands-on service, then volunteering in the garden is an exciting opportunity. Not only will you get to enjoy working outside, but you can also take home some of the fruits of your labor in the form of tomatoes and other produce. Campus garden volunteer hours are every Wednesday and Sunday from 4:30-6:30 PM. Come alone, bring a group of friends from your residence hall, or schedule a volunteer event with your club. Located at the corner of Polo Road and Student Drive, across from Martin, the campus garden can always use an extra set of hands.

Email campusgarden@wfu.edu for more information or to schedule a service event for your organization.