2014-2015 Campus Food & Garden Guide now available

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Looking for places to eat on campus? Wondering how to get involved in college gardens? Searching for an internship or class to help build your food systems knowledge? The 2014-2015 Campus Food & Garden Guide is here to help.

Produced annually by the UC Santa Cruz Food Systems Working Group and the Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS), this 48-page guide offers resources and information on UCSC's sustainable food systems efforts, including the campus farm and college gardens, dining halls and coffeeshops, and the many organizations involved in the campus and community food system.

UC Santa Cruz undergraduates interested in food, farming and gardening can find classes, internships, and volunteer opportunities both on campus and throughout the community. Learn about the many ways that UCSC is at the forefront of making our campus and community food and farming systems more sustainable, and how you can get involved in this growing effort.

Free copies of the Campus Food & Garden Guide are available at campus libraries, the Bay Tree bookstore, the Cowell Health Center, the Student Union, and other sites throughout campus. The guide can also be found online at