A new greenhouse in UW Tacoma’s Giving Garden will yield more fruits, vegetables and learning opportunities.
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Mikel Priddy and Augustine Canales are the 2020 President’s Student Civic Leader Award recipients, with Canales going on to receive an award from Gov. Jay Inslee.
The calendar is full of virtual events through which you can get engaged with Earth Day 2020, one which promised to be an Earth Day unlike any other.
More bees. More beds. A paid coordinator. Even hops. At age ten, UW Tacoma's community garden is growing and bearing fruit.
Amy Boucher, '18 Sustainable Urban Develoment, was told by a Muckleshoot tribal elder that she would be a "healer of the land." Eight years later, her calling is stronger than ever.
The UW Tacoma community will mark Earth Day 2017 throughout the month of April, with talks, campus fairs, a film screening and more.
A community partnership with Clover Park Technical College yields the Giving Garden's new Sustainable Hub for Education and Demonstration (SHED).
A garden right here on campus is enriching the community and the education of our students. The Giving Garden is an amazing part of our campus and it is making a tremendous comeback.