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The Good Life Garden aims to educate the public on how to buy and plant seasonal vegetables for the best taste and highest nutritional content. Each season the garden's planting list will be available online along with information on how to grow, harvest, buy, and cook the various plants, herbs, and fruits found in the garden.

the garden

The UC Davis Good Life Garden began as a vision to create a tangible link between the departments housed in the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science and the surrounding Yolo County landscape. Facilities Management took this idea a step further by changing the traditional static landscape surrounding the RMI to an active space for outreach, research, and education.

The Good Life Garden contains an ever-changing edible landscape, which features organic and sustainably grown vegetables, herbs and flowers accompanied by compelling food and health educational signage for the benefit of faculty, students, staff, and visitors.