The USC Urban Garden

The USC Urban Garden was established in the Spring of 2010 as a partnership between the USC Office of Sustainability and the non profit organization, Urban Farming.  Urban Farming supplies the seeds, soil, and tools required to make the garden a reality while volunteers provide the labor to make the garden bloom. 

The garden provides a learning opportunity and a fresh source of vegetables for community members.  Neither pesticides nor chemical fertilizer are used to maintain the garden.
 
The garden is maintained and harvested regularly by volunteers that come to the scheduled working and learning sessions.

Volunteer Schedule is every:

Monday 1:30pm-2:30pm
Tuesday 9:30-10:30am
Wednesday 1:30pm-2:30pm

 

Map of Community Garden
 

USC Community Garden: Students and Local Community Partner to Feed the Hungry

http://green.usc.edu/content/usc-community-garden-students-and-local-community-partner-feed-hungry

 

 

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