The Grantham Community Garden is a student-inspired, student-led effort to demonstrate and promote real-life concepts of sustainable agriculture is a necessary dimension of holistic Christian stewardship. We use this garden initiative as a means to educate students, faculty, and the broader community about the benefits of eating organic food and tapping into local farm economies for food resources. Through offering a CSA and occasionally holding/attending farmer's markets, we foster greater interaction between campus residents, regional farmers, and the surrounding public. Besides utilizing Messiah College's land and resources to produce fresh and healthy cafeteria food, a campus garden allows the college to experiment with endeavors in sustainable agriculture that can be implemented in urban agriculture and international agriculture.

Listing last updated on May 24, 2011

Season:  May through October

Type:  3rd party CSA service

Since:  2007

# of Shares:  10

Full Share:  $225 May-August (full share) $315 May-end of growing season (full share)

1/2 Share:  May be available upon request; we try to match half-shares to equal whole numbers.

Work Req?  No

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The Grantham Community Garden is awesome. It's located on Messiah College campus. Although most of their produce is distributed through shares, there are some on campus farmers markets in the fall.... [more]

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