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There will be limited Summer Service-Learning projects. Please check back often for Summer Service Learning opportunities including Canoe Journey events. These will be posted soon.


Campus Community Farm Work Parties
Happy summer! Come volunteer at the campus farm and get some sun, exercise and some fresh, campus grown produce!

During the break:
We are at the farm on Fridays from 9-noon during the break and would love the help!  Volunteers are welcome to share in the harvest - please bring a bag to take home some campus grown    produce!

As of Summer Quarter our drop-in volunteer times are as follows:

Tuesdays 11-3
Fridays 9-noon

Have you checked out EdCC's very own, very new Campus Community Farm?  Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more on any Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays this winter quarter and learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues.  Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system.  All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. Follow updates from the farm on Facebook by liking the page HERE!  No advance sign-up necessary – just show up and sign in!

For students under the age of 18, (except international students) a parental permission form is required prior to participation. The can be turned into the farm coordinator. The form can be downloaded here: Informed Risk Form-Parental Permission for Campus Community Farm

If you have any questions, contact Marni Swart to find out more info at


   Trashy Tuesdays Campus Clean-Up                              
The Fall Quarter Schedule will be updated in September. Stay tuned!

Did you know that 80% of trash in the world’s oceans comes from litter on land? Most commonly it is washed from sidewalks and paved areas into storm drains and then directly into our streams, rivers, lakes and then oceans. We are trying to make a dent in that figure by doing our part here on campus. Every Tuesday we get together and discuss how we can make a difference and WHY it’s so important that we do. We then spend at least one full hour picking up trash (with grabbers!) in varying zones of campus and finish each Trashy Tuesday by coming back together to share in snacks while we reflect on what we saw, experienced, learned, and the crazy strange things we picked up that day (there’s always at least one odd thing found!). Last quarter, in just 9 Trashy Tuesdays, we were able to gather nearly 90 pounds of trash! Come join us, bring a friend, bring a classmate, have some fun and make a difference on your campus and in your community!
Please click on the linkes below to choose the date you would like to participate.

If you have any additional questions, Contact ___________ for more details or if you have questions.