Edible Campus

**Due to Covid restrictions not all gardens are up and running yet. For the ones that are, there will be limits on attendance numbers. Currently only 6 people from 6 households are allowed**

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 manage 15 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.

Map of the Gardens

Use the interactive map below or click through to maps here.

How to Get Involved

Attend any of the weekly garden sessions to meet lovely people and get your hands dirty.

1) ABH Garden
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2) Careers Centre Garden and Orchard
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3) Computer Science Community Garden
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4) Deans Court Garden
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5) English Garden
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6) Gannochy Community Garden
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7) John Burnett Halls Garden
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8) The Kernel Gardens
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9) Powell Hall Gardens
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10) Student Union Garden
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11) St Gregory Garden
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12) St Leonards Community Orchard
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13) St Mary’s Garden
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14) St Regs (Annexe) Garden
// Fridays 10.00am – 12.00pm //


15) University Community Garden
// Saturdays 10.00am – 12.00pm //


16) Uni Hall Garden
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17) Whitehorn Garden
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