Still Time To Claim a Plot in the Schaumburg Campus Garden!

RUrbanPioneer gardeners and volunteers spread compost on the expanded garden on April 20th  (photo: L. Bryson)

RUrbanPioneer gardeners and volunteers spread compost on the expanded garden in 2012
(photo: L. Bryson)

Roosevelt’s Schaumburg Campus Community Garden is one of the origin sites for our university’s sustainability movement, and is a thriving hub of gardening innovation and community building. Right now, three 5×5 plots are still available for this year’s growing season. The only cost associated with joining the Community Garden would be for the materials that you personally purchase for your garden plot (seeds, soil amendment, etc.).

With the gardening season now moving into high gear, the time is ripe to claim a plot! If you are interested, please reach out to Rebecca Quesnell, Sustainable Operations Coordinator, Dept. of Physical Resources (rquesnell@roosevelt.edu). Plots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

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