Stevenson Community Garden

  • The Stevenson Community Garden is a space for all people to explore, grow, and learn about regenerative and just food systems. Our demonstartion garden is transforming the soil, working with the natural habitat and wildlife in mind, and provides a place where social, racial and environmental justice issues are woven, discussed and considered together.

    With the support of the Campus Sustainability Council, Stevenson Student Council, and the dedicated staff and volunteers the garden is thriving. All are welcome to get involved in the Stevenson Garden!
    Get inolved in the garden! sign up for a 2 unit internship through the ENVS internship office.
    To find out about the virtual Stevenson Garden Challenges and our NEW 2020-2021 Series on Food and Land Justice contact
    For more information regarding work day hours, community events, and more email us at

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    Asha currently works at the Garden's Events Coordinator having formerly served 2 years as the Garden as Crop Production Manager.
    She is a proposed psychology Major with an interest in geriatric care. She grew up gardening with her family, and have even done gardening at a skilled nursing community. She's excited to get some plants in our Garden here, and look forward to meeting new people. 
    Shania Shania is in her third year at the garden as Treasurer. Shania Andrews is a fourth year from Sacramento, California majoring in Business Management Economics. She is on the UCSC Women’s Volleyball team and she loves connecting with the outdoors through gardening. Shania is outgoing and enjoys the outdoors and gardening because it draws her away from technology and materialistic items. She also appreciates listening to good music and going to the beach with her friends.
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    Ally Sanchez-Horning was the Events Coordinators for the Stevenson Garden. They graduated from Stevenson in Spring 2020, having double majored is Feminist Studies and Environmental studies. Ally had such a huge positive impact on our event attendance and overall enaging students in our events while they were here that we aren't quite ready to remove their Bio. 


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