The Loyola Community Garden is a raised bed organic vegetable and herb garden. It is located on the Evergreen Campus next to Avila Hall. The garden was constructed in 2010 as part of a Kolvenbach research project, but it is now managed by sustainability staff and the Environmental and Sustainability Studies department.
The far east garden beds contain a variety of perennial herbs including sage, rosemary, thyme, and chives. The west beds contain a rotation of annual vegetables and herbs planted at the planting party hosted by sustainability staff each spring.
Loyola Sustainability welcomes you to visit the Loyola Community Garden to harvest herbs and vegetables as they become available throughout the summer season. All produce is open to Loyola community for harvesting.
Greyhounds Garden Volunteer Days
Help us weed, till, compost and mulch to prepare for spring planting. Please wear close toed shoes and bring your reusable water bottle to stay hydrated. All are welcome, no experience necessary.
Thursday April 5 2:00-4:00pm
Thursday April 12 2:00-4:00pm
Friday April 20 2:00-4:00pm ~Planting Party!~
Volunteers are always needed for watering, weeding and harvesting. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to become a friend of the garden and join the email list.