The UT Microfarm, a project of the UT Campus Environmental Center, grows food for the UT community. Check out our website for more information on the many ways to get involved!
The UT Microfarm is a place to experiment with and to learn about food, urban agriculture, sustainable practices, and more.
This project is thoroughly interdisciplinary. Whatever it is you are passionate about or skilled in, there's a way for you to get involved at the UT Microfarm. Let's put our diversity of interests together to grow food that we can all enjoy!
Fall 2016 Program (starting Aug 28):
Individual and Group Volunteering Sessions
Sundays 10:00am - noon
Wednesdays 4:30 - 6:30 pm
Check our Facebook posts for regular updates regarding sessions, including any weather-related cancellations
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