A photo showing plant beds at the Garden@Case
Since the founding of the Garden at CWRU, which is located on the north side of campus, more than 100 volunteers have gotten their hands dirty.

Volunteer with Garden@Case this summer

A photo showing plant beds at the Garden@Case

Members of the Case Western Reserve University community can get involved with Garden@Case, an on-campus urban garden maintained by CWRU faculty, staff, student and community volunteers.

The garden offers opportunities for those from all levels of experience, from those who are experts to those who have never gardened.

Volunteers can learn to garden, gain new skills and share in conversations with like-minded individuals while helping provide needed vegetables to a nearby food bank.

Planting of the garden will begin in June.

For more information and to sign up to receive information on upcoming planting sessions, visit the Garden@Case website through CampusGroups.