Faculty & Staff
Indiana State University: Unbounded Possibilities
Institute for Community Sustainability
Climate Action Plan
Outstanding Educational Institution
Princeton Review's Green Schools
Sierra Club "Cool Schools"
Tree Campus USA
History & Mission
Sustainability minor now available
A decade ago, the 11th and Chestnut city block consisted of vacant, dilapidated houses. S
eeing an opportunity to invest in the community, ISU bought this land and demolished these homes to build a community garden. The garden has thrived since 2008, thanks to the efforts of ISU’s
Center for Community Engagement
, Volunteer Garden Coordinator Patti Weaver, and the contributions of ISU’s Grounds Maintenance crew, who provide maintenance support, and, above all, keep our compost pile high and deep!
Want a garden plot?
to learn the basics of our garden and apply!
Learn more about the garden's
history & mission.
Curious about how to get a plot? Check out our
Curious about how you can volunteer at the garden? We've got a special
page for that!
to us through our Facebook, Library Guide, and email!
Find out what's going on by viewing our
Prospective gardeners and existing gardeners alike can review our
to learn about garden requirements.
New requirements for the 2016 season include 5 hours of
of 10% of your produce.
While you're there, be sure to check out the
Like many urban soils, we've had our issues with lead. Learn how you can be
Still have questions?
are here to help.
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