Programs

Campus Garden Initiative

Garden: Edible Campus Steering Committee

The Steering Committee

The Edible Campus Steering Committee was formed to develop academic partnerships, community outreach opportunities, and volunteer programming in support of edible gardening spaces around the IU Bloomington Campuses.  Currently, the committee helps organize and maintain the spaces run by the Gampus Garden Initiative, including the Bryan House Garden and our primary production space at Hilltop Garden and Nature Center.  The committee is currently co-chaired by the lovely Amy Roche and James Farmer.

Subcommittees

The Edible Campus Committee is organized into three subcommittees, each with specific goals that pertain to the mission of the IU Campus Garden Initiative:

  • Volunteer Outreach and Marketing
    • Recruit and maintain a volunteer network
    • Market to campus-wide community
    • Organize informal educational sessions
  • Food Production
    • Maintain a relationship with the dining facilities on campus
    • Plan garden plantings and maintenance
  • Academic Engagement
    • Encourage the garden as a location for university courses
    • Promote undergraduate, graduate, and faculty research programs in the garden

Contact
If you are interested in joining any of the above subcommittees or have any further questions, please e-mail edible@indiana.edu