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IU Northwest Community Garden: Stewardship

A catalyst for growth, the IU Northwest Community Garden collaboratively builds capacity and connections.

Garden Stewards

These volunteers are the lifeblood of the Garden. Working either independently or as part of a team, Garden Stewards commit themselves to caring for a specific Garden box throughout the growing season (May through September). Additionally, the Lead Garden Steward of a box serves as the main contact and person responsible for ensuring the care of the box (teams may choose their Lead, while those working independently are automatically designated as Lead). Instead of caring for a specific Garden box, Garden Stewards can opt to assist with general Garden maintenance (such as weeding, watering, and other tasks as directed by the Garden Manger) and/or administration (as directed by the Advisory Board).

More information about Garden Stewardship is contained in the PDF below.

IU Northwest Community Garden

Located on the corner of 35th and Washington, across from the Anderson Library