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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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
Want to Learn more about Lobo Gardens? Look for 2012 Summer and Fall Lobo Gardens courses through the Research Service Learning Program (RSLP), Sustainability Studies, along with other food and agriculture courses in various departments throughout UNM. For Spring 2012: … Continue reading
Check out the recent article, “Lobo Gardens grow plants, social change” highlighting the work of Lobo Gardens students during the Summer 2010 course, and introducing the Fall 2010 course being taught by Andrew Marcum.