Educational Gardens Workday: Rollins

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: Rollins

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: Rollins

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: Rollins

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: Rollins

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: Rollins

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Educational Gardens Workday: Rollins

These days and times will be in place until the end of the summer. If you know anyone still interested in getting involved with the gardens, then please direct them to gardens@emory.edu so that we can get everyone gardening!

Zero Waste Ambassador Blog: Compost, Now!

Compost, Now! By Davida Halev, Senior in Emory College, Sociology Major and Sustainability Minor Georgia has a food problem and it’s not what you think it is. Despite one out of every seven Georgians being food insecure, over 800,000 tons of food waste ends up in Georgia landfills each year (Georgia Environmental Protection Division). In … Continue Reading →

Pioneering Partnerships: Emory’s Commitment to Enabling through Innovation

December 12, 2019  By: Franzene Minott Published Originally in Georgia Social Impact In 2015, Emory solidified its position as a sustainability pioneer after their Strategic Vision outlined the ambitious goal that 75% of food served in the university—and 25% in the hospitals—would be locally or sustainably sourced by 2025. Reaching this target would require an ambitious and innovative … Continue Reading →

Rollins Educational Garden

Come volunteer in the Rollins Educational Garden to cultivate food and community on Emory’s campus! The Educational Gardens on campus are maintained by teams of Emory community members and are located all over campus. Anyone is welcome to volunteer, and no experience is necessary. If you would like to join a team or want additional information, … Continue Reading →