Food

ugarden.jpg The Center for Sustainable Development manages one of the main campus gardens called the U-Garden. These two raised garden beds are located next to Barnett Park at the intersection of St. Philip and George Streets. Here you can find fresh veggies, herbs and decorative plants year round. Please stop by and help yourself!

Our student interns maintain these garden beds and are always looking for help to water, harvest and plant. Please reach out to us at sustainability@cofc.edu if you'd like to join us in maintaining our garden space. 

 

 

 

What's growing at the U-Garden?  

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More Sustainable Agriculture on Campus 

The Masters in Environmental and Sustainability Studies sponsors a large sustainable agricultural program at CofC. Get involved, volunteer and learn more about their large garden at the Stono River Preserve and their three urban gardens at the downtown campus. 

Learn more!

Our spring 2020 intern, Hanna Giblin, created this infographic about the CO2 footprint of commercial food transport. 

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Additional Food Resources