UC San Diego has several campus gardens and one San Diego community garden that promote education and the growth of sustainable food and local produce.
Grow at UCSD
Winter Quarter 2018 meetings are held every other Thursday, Jan. 25 through March 8 from 5–6 p.m. at the Sustainability Resource Center.
By creating and maintaining a communal garden in Eleanor Roosevelt College, we strive to share gardening and life-long sustainable practices, involve people in the slow food process and create a greener ERC community.
Meeting Times and Gardening Sessions
Meeting times and gardening sessions change each academic quarter. Visit us online or contact us for current schedule.
Muir's Half Moon Meadow is a small student operated garden that plans garden themed events and assigns planter box space to Muir students to help them exercise their green thumbs.
Muir College between Middle of Muir and the Tamarack Apartments
Muir's Half Moon Meadow
As guided by the philosophy of Thurgood Marshall College, to develop the scholar and the citizen, the Community Garden will serve as an opportunity to learn about social responsibility through sustainable living, an outdoor study area and a means to develop a close-knit Marshall community.
Next to Fireside Lounge
Meeting times change each academic quarter. Visit us online or contact us for current schedule.
Marshall Community Garden
To transform a large privately owned vacant lot in Southeast San Diego into a community garden.
4540 Ocean View Blvd., San Diego
Ocean View Growing Grounds
We are a student space and resource for students, staff, faculty and alumni to come together to learn about agriculture, organic gardening and sustainability. We support all student projects and provide land for growing your own food.
Quarter acre south of the Che Cafe and East of the Wagner Dance Studios.
First Sunday of the month
Garden Volunteer Hours
Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to noon
Roger's Community Garden at UCSD