Public Health Garden Club
Since the initial grant proposal in Fall 2010, the Public Health Garden has fostered many new partnerships and created a new student group, the Public Health Garden Club. This year, the club was awarded a grant to support Phase Two and Three. These phases include the construction of terraced community garden beds, bioretention area, and orchard. The Public Health Garden is a student-led community and teaching garden demonstrating sustainable agriculture and environmental best practices in support of public, environmental and community health.