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Campus Community Farm

WELCOME TO THE EDMONDS CC CAMPUS COMMUNITY FARM AND CULTURAL KITCHEN

For the health and safety of our community, the college is serving students and the community remotely through June 25, pending further announcements.

Employees are serving students and the community remotely during this time. Please check back for updates about services available online, by email, or phone. Winter quarter resources are available at edcc.edu/spring2021. All college updates, resources, and information about COVID-19 is available at edcc.edu/coronavirus.

We’re now live! We launched ctcLink — a new self-service portal and mobile app — to better serve our students. Activate your account now! Click here to look up your ctcLink ID.

Students near the Campus Community FarmThe Edmonds College Campus Community Farm started in March 2012. Since then, over 11,873 volunteer hours have been served, and an estimated 10,739 pounds of produce have been harvested. The goal of the campus community farm is to bring a diverse array of students, faculty, and staff around sustainable living practices and take advantage of an under-utilized space.

The farm boasts over 20 raised beds, a variety of perennial edible trees and shrubs, a collection of bee-loving flowers, an edible rain garden, and a hoop house. The site also includes rain cisterns, green roof, and the Cultural Kitchen. Contributors of the garden have many exciting plans for the future as well. The Campus Green Fund has made many of these projects possible.

Become Involved with the Farm

The farm is supported by the volunteer efforts of Students, Faculty, and Staff. EdPass holders can obtain produce from the campus food pantry. Volunteers can also take home produce directly. Volunteer hours can also count for Service Learning students. No sign up is necessary to volunteer.

CURRENT WORK PARTY SCHEDULE: Quarterly work party hours are posted on the Service Learning Website and at the entrance to the farm. 

Interested In Urban Farming Courses?

Our Continuing Education Department is offering online urban farming courses for Spring 2020! Find more information under their Community Education catalog.


For any questions regarding the farm, contact Michelle Brewer.


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