Meet our Gardens

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Brown's Cafe Herbal Garden

Located in the College of Natural Resources corner of campus—by Pat Browns Cafe—the space features a varietal mix of perennial and annual herbs.

Clark Kerr Garden

Led by the Housing and Dining Sustainability Advocates (HADSA), this garden includes both food-producing planter boxes and trees within the Clark Kerr residential hall.

Fannie Lou Hamer Garden

In the corner of Hearst Field Annex, the FLH Black Resource Center garden allows Black students to reclaim their right to grow healthy food and foster a safe space.

 
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Guerilla Gardens

Located between Barker Hall and Li Ka Shing, this garden serves both the Guerrilla Gardeners and INC (Indigenous and Native Coalition).

La Loma Rooftop

The newest and tallest garden, the upcoming La Loma Rooftop is led by the Hispanic Engineers and Scientists club.

MCC Healing & Learning Garden

Located outside the Martin Luther King Jr. building, the Multicultural Community Center garden cultivates medicinal and healing herbs.

 
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SOGA

Founded in 1971, the Student Organic Gardening Association is a 1/4 acre community garden on Virginia and Walnut St. There are 15+ beds, food-producing trees, and benches for relaxation.

Also: Gill Tract Farm

Located in Albany, the Gill Tract is a community project between UC Berkeley, Black Earth Farms, Sogorea Te Land Trust, and the community.

   

   

 

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We acknowledge that our farms & gardens are built on unceded Lisjan Ohlone land in the Village of Huichin, and that they continue to benefit from the legacy and structure of settler colonialism.

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