RIT Community Garden

Community Garden

Did you know that RIT has an on-campus community garden that's open to all faculty, staff, students, alumni and retirees? RIT's Better Me program established the garden, located south of the tennis courts near U-lot, in 2009 and it has been an immediate success. The harvest is shared by all participating members, and any extra produce is donated to RIT Dining Services for featured entrees across campus and to FoodLink to support local food cupboards. The garden also serves as an educational opportunity for the children at Margaret's House.

Visit the community garden website to learn more and to find out how to join!

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Committee Members

  • Laura J Braggiotti
  • Judy Buckley
  • Chris Campbell
  • Matt Dana
  • Andy Foster 
  • James Fugate
  • Linda L Hoke
  • Christopher Knigga
  • Dominique Lepoutre
  • Daniel P Millikin
  • Erwin J Smith
  • Amy Stornello