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Community Garden Water Sustainability Initiative

By Marley Halter. Early this year, the Community Garden at Auburn University (CGAU) Advisory Committee developed a 2021 Water Savings Program. As part of the program, irrigation timers were phased out of use, and garden staff planned to raise awareness of the problem of water waste, and to hold classes…
December 7, 2021
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Community-University Partnerships: Lessons from the Field

By Sean A. Forbes and Carey E. Andrzejewski. Auburn University’s classification as a Carnegie Community Engaged university speaks to the institution’s recognition of the value of partnerships in fulfilling its land-grant mission of bettering the lives of those in Alabama and beyond. The Carnegie Foundation articulates that “the purpose of community…
August 9, 2021

Garden Plots Available at the AU Community Garden

Post contributed by Dr. Nanette Chadwick, Director of Academic Sustainability Programs Academic Sustainability Programs Are you interested in gardening? In growing your own food or flowers? In getting some exercise in a natural setting and communing with fellow gardeners? Then come join us at the AU Community Garden. The garden…
February 22, 2016