Future UC Davis GATEways Project Garden featured in The Sacramento Bee

Photo of UC Davis Good Life Garden

In 2008, UC Davis Grounds and Landscape Services created an ornamental and edible demonstration garden that quickly became a popular destination and campus icon. Located in the courtyard of the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science, the 1.5 acre UC Davis Good Life Garden contains an ever-changing edible landscape of seasonal vegetables, herbs and flowers.

This garden, which will soon be converted to a GATEways garden through increased academic collaboration and community engagement support, was recently featured in The Sacramento Bee.

Link to the online article here.

Download a .pdf of the article here.

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