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Volunteer with Rock Creek’s Learning Garden this Spring Term!

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Rock Creek Learning Garden Weekly Volunteer Schedule

Spring Term

Harvest Crew: Tuesdays

Join a team to harvest food for the cafeteria and farm stand. Help run the farm stand in the afternoon.

Where and When:

8am-12pm at the garden

12pm-4pm at the farm stand

Garden Gurus: Fridays

Come learn about organic gardens and small scale farms. Lend a hand to help us take care of the garden!

Where and When:

10am-2pm at the garden


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Volunteer for 4 hours and receive $20 worth of fresh produce or flowers at Rock Creek’s Portlandia Farm Standia

Open the 4th week of April – October, every Tuesday from 12pm-4pm. Find it between Buildings 2 & 3, rain location inside Building 3 mall

No prior gardening experience or RSVP necessary! We’ll provide you with the tools and know-how. Find us at the Learning Garden across the street from Building 9.

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x by Lori Clark 4 years ago

I love the fact that this campus has a garden. I have been eating organic for the past five years. I want to learn so much more about gardening. It is a huge conversation piece. What a better way to start your day in nature, volunteering, and learning. This will be exciting.

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