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Environment / Sustainability

Organic edibles

June 26, 2011

The Sustainable Development Garden, Colorado State's student-run organic garden, is an outgrowth of the organization's focus on creating ways to build and maintain agricultural systems that are sustainable as well as beneficial to the community.

Thursdays throughout the summer
(except Aug. 4)
1-5 p.m.
Plant Environmental Research Center
630 West Lake Street

The CSU sustainable development garden is full of delicious organic vegetables, grown and maintained by students.

Come on down to the produce stand to buy some fresh ingredients for dinner, and support CSU's only organic veggie garden.

The type of veggies that are available depends on what's ready to harvest during the week of the sale.

Time and location

  • Thursdays, 1-5 p.m.
  • Holley Plant Environmental Research Center (PERC), 630 West Lake Street - sidewalk out front
  • Map showing location

The Sustainable Development Garden is sponsoring this event.

Check the University calendar to verify the stand is open!

Weather and other unforeseen circumstances may make it necessary to cancel a Thursday organic veggie sale.  Please check the University Event Calendar for updates.


Contact: Karen Snider
E-mail: ksnider@rams.colostate.edu
Phone: (303) 921-7825