The objective of Lobo Gardens is to provide the University of New Mexico students, faculty, and staff with opportunities to educate themselves and their communities about the practices and health benefits of growing one’s food in sustainable ways.
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Food Forests are efficient in design as they mimic natural ecologies. The many benefits in the design includes reducing evaporation through the shade of a canopy and understory layer, increasing a diversity in yield, building edge for habitat, and building … Continue reading
Lobo Gardens would like to give a big THANK-YOU to the UNM Physical Plant department and Mary Elizabeth Clark, UNM Sustainability Studies Manager! Students are thrilled about the opportunity to plant a food forest on campus, and it is because … Continue reading
Grow organic food and medicinals here at UNM! Hokona Garden is a small Herb garden located in the central UNM Hokona courtyard. What used to be an old fountain has been converted to a growing space for UNM students. Here … Continue reading
Project Share has spent 25 years feeding the hungry here in Albuquerque, located 1515 Yale SE. Lobo Gardens has worked with them to establish the Community Garden located on the property. Project Share has recently donated an 8 x 12 ft. … Continue reading
6/15/2013 Soil Prep Intro to Permaculture course at RED Garden Saturday 6/15 from 9-11AM. Workshop will cover Soil preparation techniques for the drylands, biodynamic compost tea, and green manure. Check out Site on the main page to locate RED Garden
RED Phase 1 (Building a strong foundation).
Take the LOBO GARDENS CLASS !!!!! With Dr.Tema Milstein Summer 2012 Sustainability Studies 402* Section 8 (CRN: 20132) 3-‐credit course – meets 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.: July 6, 13, 20, 27 (An additional minimum out-‐of-‐class 6 hours per week … Continue reading
All the Lobo Garden mini-workshops and dates are listed under Events. All UNM students and staff and faculty are invited to attend any workshop!
You may have eaten food made with ingredients grown on campus Check out the story! New Extreme Local Project Gets Press! To read the story Click here!
Sustainability 402 has a Permaculture I Class in the Spring 2012!