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Educational Garden Workdays: School of Medicine

School of Medicine 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA

What's the best break from classes and work? Gardening! This semester is the perfect opportunity to work with the Emory Education Garden Project's seven garden plots! Meet up with other members of the Emory community and Erik Edwards, the Educational Gardens Coordinator, for some light gardening, and take home your own harvest of veggies! Tools … Continue Reading →

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Educational Garden Workdays: School of Medicine

School of Medicine 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA

What's the best break from classes and work? Gardening! This semester is the perfect opportunity to work with the Emory Education Garden Project's seven garden plots! Meet up with other members of the Emory community and Erik Edwards, the Educational Gardens Coordinator, for some light gardening, and take home your own harvest of veggies! Tools … Continue Reading →

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Educational Garden Workdays: School of Medicine

School of Medicine 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA

What's the best break from classes and work? Gardening! This semester is the perfect opportunity to work with the Emory Education Garden Project's seven garden plots! Meet up with other members of the Emory community and Erik Edwards, the Educational Gardens Coordinator, for some light gardening, and take home your own harvest of veggies! Tools … Continue Reading →

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Educational Garden Workdays: School of Medicine

School of Medicine 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA

What's the best break from classes and work? Gardening! This semester is the perfect opportunity to work with the Emory Education Garden Project's seven garden plots! Meet up with other members of the Emory community and Erik Edwards, the Educational Gardens Coordinator, for some light gardening, and take home your own harvest of veggies! Tools … Continue Reading →

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Educational Garden Workdays: School of Medicine

School of Medicine 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA

What's the best break from classes and work? Gardening! This semester is the perfect opportunity to work with the Emory Education Garden Project's seven garden plots! Meet up with other members of the Emory community and Erik Edwards, the Educational Gardens Coordinator, for some light gardening, and take home your own harvest of veggies! Tools … Continue Reading →

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Educational Garden Workdays: School of Medicine

School of Medicine 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA

What's the best break from classes and work? Gardening! This semester is the perfect opportunity to work with the Emory Education Garden Project's seven garden plots! Meet up with other members of the Emory community and Erik Edwards, the Educational Gardens Coordinator, for some light gardening, and take home your own harvest of veggies! Tools … Continue Reading →

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Educational Garden Workdays: School of Medicine

School of Medicine 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA

What's the best break from classes and work? Gardening! This semester is the perfect opportunity to work with the Emory Education Garden Project's seven garden plots! Meet up with other members of the Emory community and Erik Edwards, the Educational Gardens Coordinator, for some light gardening, and take home your own harvest of veggies! Tools … Continue Reading →

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Educational Garden Workdays: School of Medicine

School of Medicine 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA

What's the best break from classes and work? Gardening! This semester is the perfect opportunity to work with the Emory Education Garden Project's seven garden plots! Meet up with other members of the Emory community and Erik Edwards, the Educational Gardens Coordinator, for some light gardening, and take home your own harvest of veggies! Tools … Continue Reading →

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School of Medicine Educational Garden

School of Medicine 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA

Tomatoes, lettuces, peas, beans, greens, eggplant, broccoli, strawberries, and even cotton are grown in Emory’s Educational Gardens. The gardens have become islands of beauty, education and food that is used in dining and hospital operations. The Educational Gardens on campus are maintained by teams and welcome volunteer workers. If you would like to join a team … Continue Reading →