To grow our own food in a sustainable environmentally friendly manner. Our hope is to create a community base of people who share in the values of the importance of organic foods. We also hope to bring awareness to the hidden costs of buying food that has been shipped in such as the fuel that has been used and to be more responsible for our impact on the planet.
Organics Guild meets every Friday at 3 pm in the Boardroom in the University Center.
What we grow
Living at over 7,000 feet the growing season is challenging. Among the plants we grow are: lettuce, peas, potatoes, tomatoes, raspberries, zucchini, squash, basil, mint, chamomile, broccoli, hops, kohlrabi, cabbage, and oregano.
Outside of gardening, Organics Guild hosts work days in the garden, hosts dinners and potlucks together, works with the community at the Farmer's Market, and plans field trips to visit a variety of farms and gardens in Colorado.
There are two gardens on campus. One is the Chipeta Gardens (located on the south side of the Chipeta Apartments) and the other is the Pinnacles Greenhouse.
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President: Greg Disario email@example.com
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