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Garden Club’s purpose is to provide a space where students can learn both from their own experiments and from each other how to grow food sustainably. The club produces fresh vegetables of many different varieties using organic and sustainable methods. Students have access to the greenhouse for growing plant starts from seed. The greenhouse also contains rain forest and desert plant displays. Students grow vegetables in the garden for themselves or the food is donated to the Food Pantry at BC, located on the second floor outside student programs. The west side garden is open to all students while the east side garden is open to all students, faculty, and staff. During Earth Week students sell plant starts grown in the greenhouse. The Garden Club has partnered with the Bellevue College Beekeeping Society to help start and maintain the bee garden at the apiary located on the east side of the S building.

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Last Updated August 29, 2018