TIUA Community Garden

altASP (American Studies Program) students at TIUA have been doing a lot of volunteering and learning about community service since they arrived in February of this year.. This type of activity is accomplished in the classroom and through a variety of service projects made available to them. Additionally, there are TaB (Take-A-Break or Alternative Break) programs available both during Spring Break through Willamette University and in the summer through TIUA.

One project that happens right on the campus of Kaneko Commons is the Community Garden.  WU and ASP students cleaned up the garden beds in the early summer and then planted beans, tomatoes, spinach and carrots. They were also responsible for keeping the garden watered and for harvesting at the appropriate time.

Students have recently made two donations to the Marion-Polk Food Share food bank.

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