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IU Northwest Community Garden: Overview

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

IU Northwest Community Garden

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

Get Social

If you want the most recent and up-to-date information about the Garden, then follow our page on Facebook!

Upcoming Sessions

Schedule of Upcoming Sessions

These live, online sessions are free and open to adults of all ages. To register, contact  the Center for Urban and Regional Excellence via email at or by calling 219-980-6978. Details for joining each session will be provided upon registration.


Eating to Improve Immunity

  • 2:30 to 4 p.m., Thursday, Jul. 9
  • Registration Deadline: Thursday, Jul. 8

Join Kim Davis, a Nutrition Education Program Assistant for the Purdue Extension, during this session and learn how to improve your immunity through the foods you eat. Participants will learn how to plan meals that include foods high in the vitamins and nutrients needed to support a healthy immune system.

Past Sessions

Recordings of Past Sessions

"The Negative Impacts of Invasive Plants: How We Can Make a Difference" session was held on May 21, 2020 and was led by Erica Luchik, regional specialist of Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management (SICIM).

Center for Urban &
Regional Excellence

Indiana University Northwest
3400 Broadway
Library Conference Center, Room 203
Gary, Indiana 46408 
(219) 980-6978
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