SEEd Project Garden

garden entrance

In September 2010, Cal Lutheran established a garden as part of the SEEd Project (Sustainable Edible Education). The garden provides opportunities for students to directly engage in Cal Lutheran's sustainability efforts and supports the nation-wide movement that encourages people to grow and purchase local produce.

Since the garden’s establishment a decade ago, the SEEd Project has also partnered with on-campus food services for a vermicomposting program. Every week, the garden holds a Farm Stand on The Spine, distributing crops and other goods to the campus community, such as teabags harvested from the garden’s plants, or fresh eggs from the garden’s hens. Once a month on Saturday mornings, the SEEd Garden hosts a SEEd Saturday event, a three hour long volunteer event. The garden also offers group tours and the opportunity to host an event in the garden space.

You can follow them for more updates on their Facebook page and Instagram, both at @cluseedproject. To view the location of the garden on campus, click here. To request more information, schedule a tour of the garden, or inquire about hosting an event at the garden, please contact us through our social media pages or reach out to Dr. Megan Fung at