our gardens

Come visit one of our campus garden's to learn more about what we're doing, important issues that we're dealing with, and how to get involved in our community!

Taylorsville

redwood campus

The Taylorsville Redwood Garden was the original community garden of SLCC. It was first founded in 2010 located just outside the construction and trades building with a total of 8 planter boxes. Today this has been increased to 48 boxes and almost four times the space. This location also includes a greenhouse that allows for year-round growing, a compost area, two fruit trees, and an outdoor classroom coming soon.

Garden Location

The Taylorsville Redwood Garden is located on the south-east side of campus directly behind the Eccles Child Development Lab. Search for us on Google Maps!

Drop-in Times

TBD. Please contact us to schedule a time to visit or volunteer in the garden.

South City

campus

Until now, the 20 plots at the South City Campus Garden had been run and maintained mainly through the staff and faculty of the South City campus. Starting in 2018, we are proud to be opening the garden to student involvement.

Garden Location

The South City Garden is located south or the campus directly across from the library. Search for us on Google Maps!

Drop-in Times

Fall 2019:

Tuesdays & Thursdays: 1:00pm - 1:45pm

Fridays: 11:00am - 12:00pm

To visit or volunteer, please ask for Seth at the Student Services desk during these times.

Jordan Campus

The Jordan Campus Garden is one of SLCC's newest gardens. With only 16 garden plots so far, it is the garden with most potential for growth with more than twice the space of both the Redwood and South City gardens. We are so excited to have this area to implement some new creative spaces that students, faculty, and staff can use to relax.

Garden Location

The Jordan Campus Garden is located south-east of campus behind the Health Sciences building, down the hill from the traffic circle. Search for us on Google Maps!

Drop-in Times

TBD. Please contact us to schedule a time to visit or volunteer in the garden.

Miller campus

Miler's culinary program utilizes and maintains a garden and greenhouse through its Sustainable Food Systems course (CHEF 1900). Produce is grown in the garden, cooked in the kitchen, and then returned to the garden in the form of compost. Click here to learn more about the culinary arts program.

Garden Location

The Miller Garden is located in the northwest corner of campus near the CART building. Search for us on Google Maps!

Drop-in Times

TBD. Please contact us to schedule a time to visit or volunteer in the garden.

 
Contact Us​
(385) 645-3461