Community Garden

The community garden at Seattle Pacific University was founded in 2010 by a group of undergraduate students who desired a space where they could step away from the hustle and bustle of student life and experience the deep sense of joy that comes with getting their hands dirty and growing their own food.

Today, the garden continues to be maintained by the undergraduate S.P.A.C.E (Seattle Pacific Agriculture for the Community and Environment) Club and seeks to continually model sustainable and organic agricultural methods for the SPU community and greater Seattle area. Since 2016, the School of Theology at SPU has partnered with S.P.A.C.E to help raise awareness and promote activism around the topics of eco-theology and food justice. Together, these two groups seek to provide a space for students to learn and also relax in God's beautiful creation and to transform how the SPU community thinks about food, the earth, and our calling to seek justice for the oppressed.

The garden is located just south of the main SPU campus, across the street from 3042 4th Ave. W. If you are interested in helping tend the garden or want to learn more about getting involved, email or faculty advisor Eric Long.

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