The Edible Campus project aims to reinvigorate our skills, knowledge and interest in eating more locally. By increasing the amount of food grown within St Andrews we can reduce out carbon footprint and benifit the health of the community.
Across town we run 14 community gardens and help oversee two community orchards. There is a wealth of growing space for all. We host garden sessions almost daily. This is where the bulk of our seasonal work gets done such as planting, weeding, mulching and harvesting. Weather you want to come for a chat or to lend a hand in seasonal activities, find out where and when we are on our events calender.
Edible Campus is funded by the Climate Challenge Fund and The University of St Andrews.
How to Get Involved
Be a Garden Leader
Take on a leadership role in any of our gardens and influence how it is run.
You do not need experience, just enthusiasm! You will be supported throughout the year.
Our Regular Sessions
Just want to pop along every now and then? That is totally fine!
See the upcoming sessions below.
We would love for you to eat food from the gardens. Please record it though.
There is a book and pen for recording in every garden.
The weights help us calculate carbon savings.
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