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Gardening For Life

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Tuesdays 3:40PM-6:20PM 25631Second

Did your family have a food garden? Are you trying to live more sustainably? Gardening is a form of exercise, and is as restful for the mind as meditation. Food gardening saves money, enhances local ecosystems, promotes our local economies, and helps us eat more healthily. Come learn what food gardening is all about by experiencing it first hand with an intensive garden plot in the UT Institute of Agriculture Kitchen Garden. Polish your cooking skills at the UT Culinary Institute as we learn to prepare a delicious meal using fresh vegetables and herbs. Contribute to the local community through service projects at the Beardsley Community Farm and the Pond Gap Community Garden.

Professor Information

Joanne Logan

Joanne Logan

Associate Professor

  • Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science
  • Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
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Joanne Logan has directed the Environmental and Soil Sciences major since 2001.  She serves on both the UT Sustainability Working Group and the Campus Committee for the Environment.  She is the faculty mentor for the Sustainability Living and Learning Community (The Greenhouse). She regularly volunteers at the Beardsley Community Farm and the Pond Gap Community & School Garden. She teaches several classes with environmental themes: Waters and Civilizations and Environmental Climatology. She conducts research in Climate Change and Climate Change Education.

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