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The beginning will start with you.

We invite you to become a Good Life Garden founding member to help our garden grow into an integral part of the community. Garden memberships promote good food and good health within the university and community and are good for one year. View more info.

featured crop

Abundant in the summer in all shapes and colors, tomatoes contain a red pigment called lycopene. Studies show this pigment is a potent cancer fighter and regular consumption of tomatoes and products such as tomato sauce may help lower prostate cancer risk.

Good Life Garden -- Get Involved

get involved

Become a volunteer and help plant, maintain and harvest our Good Life Garden. Whether you want to learn about gardening, or share your know-how with others, our volunteer program is perfect for those wanting to get involved. Email us.

Internships available for school credit as well as resume building. Come be part of our team as we research, plan and build the Good Life Garden from the ground up. Email us.