The Campus Farm is located between the sports fields and the north parking garage.
The Campus Farm provides an outdoor learning space designed to engage our campus community in experiential learning and best practices surrounding sustainable land use and food production. This space is one of the few co-managed spaces on campus, through a strong partnership with Cascadia and UW Bothell.
The space consists of:
- 10 raised beds
- Two cold frames
- Fruit orchard
- Vermicompost bin
- Yard waste hot compost from grounds operations
- Several pollinator plantings are located adjacent to the farm space, attracting important pollinators needed for the farm to thrive
The Campus Farm welcomes participation from all interested students, faculty and staff.
Future opportunities for this space are limitless and open, so please join the conversation and help shape the future of the Campus Farm! The Farm Management Team will be planning volunteer work parties for planting, harvesting, weeding and other farm maintenance throughout the year (volunteer season = late March through September).
The best way to get involved on the farm is to contact Farm Management and ask about the most current happenings on the farm! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for opportunites to help work on the farm.
You can also follow along on Instagram.
There are many ways to get involved on the farm. Various classes incorporate hands-on research and experimentation on the farm throughout the academic year.
Work Parties/Informal Meet Ups
In addition to coursework, students, staff, and faculty can get involved through work parties where you can get involved with farm maintenance (watering, weeding, harvesting, planting) or other creative projects on the farm. Work parties occur bi-weekly, but day and time details generally change from quarter to quarter.
To learn what is coming up next, check our social media or email email@example.com.
Bring Your Own Ideas
More than anything else, the Campus Farm is a space for the campus community to learn, play and experiment with organic farming concepts and develop a community around food and urban agriculture. We welcome all individuals and groups to engage on the farm space however they feel it can benefit them. We are always accepting proposals for events, projects, initiatives, and programs to be implemented or run on the farm. Want to build a greenhouse for your student club? Hold a work party for your department? Do independent research? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your idea and we will follow up.