Campus Garden


Get involved with the MSU Campus Garden

The campus garden is a student managed sustainability project made possible by the Sustainability Commission and Student Government Association. The project allows students to supplement their traditional education with hands on applications that also benefit the community.

The mission of the campus garden is to serve as an all-natural educational resource for the University that provides fresh nutritional produce to fellow students and members of the campus and Springfield communities through the Bear Pantry and to serve as an environmentally and socially sustainable resource for service learning on campus.

Clubs and organizations as well as classes and other large groups are welcome and encouraged to get involved. Volunteering at the garden can count toward community service requirements and other service learning needs.

If you are interested in learning more about all-natural gardening, environmentally friendly methods, sustainable urban farming or would just like more information on how to get involved please contact the campus garden via email or follow them on Instagram.

Campus Garden:

Instagram: @MSUCampusGarden

Where is the Campus Garden located?

The Campus Garden is just south of parking lots 18 & 22 on E Grand St.

It is located at 930 East Normal St., Springfield, MO 65807.

Campus Garden Map

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