September 19, 2019
4:00 pm
Center for Urban Ecology & Sustainability (CUES)

CUE Farm Stand

Tim Dorsey

The CUE Farm is an ongoing agro-ecology project of the Center for Urban Ecology & Sustainability located on West Campus.  We grow nutritious produce (& flowers & mushrooms!) using methods and design which increase diversity; protect waterways; create habitat for pollinators, beneficial insects and other creatures; and enhance soil health (which in turn enables the former goals and sequesters carbon).

We hope you'll visit us on Thursday afternoons between 4-6 p.m. to load up on the most local produce around.  You'll find the farm stand on the covered porch between the farm and tennis courts on West Campus.  Cash & credit cards accepted.

Walking:  descend the stairs at the tree line behind Gallahue Hall (still accessible despite construction zone), cross the canal and tow path and continue down the path.  Alternately, cross the Holcomb gardens canal bridge the head south on Bulldog Rd.  Driving:  Head south from 52nd St (in Rocky Ripple) on Lester St. into West Campus, continue past the I-Lot all the way to the tennis courts parking lot.

Hope to see you!