Experience the Bowdoin Organic Garden

Mikyla Kifer ’19, Elena Merserau ’18 (summer interns), Ian Trask ’05 (garden assistant), and Jeremy Tardif (garden manager)

If you’re dining on campus, there’s a good chance that produce from the Bowdoin Organic Garden will be on your plate. In addition to providing fruits and vegetables, the garden, operated by Bowdoin Dining, also provides research opportunities and agricultural experience for faculty and students.

Garden manager Jeremy Tardif, now in his third year on the job, recently hosted a “lunch and learn” session, during which he spoke of the garden’s history and led members of the Bowdoin community on a walking tour of the two locations on campus where crops are grown.

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