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Welcome to the Learning Gardens Laboratory

The Learning Gardens Laboratory (LGL) is a 12-acre educational garden facility managed in partnership by Oregon State University Extension Service Community and Urban Horticulture Program and Portland State University LECL Program in cooperation with Portland Public Schools and City of Portland Parks and Recreation. Through garden-based education and outreach, this site serves PSU students, OSU Extension Service horticulture students and Master Gardeners , Lane Middle School students, Community Transition School students, S.U.N Program participants and more. The Learning Gardens Lab Serves as model of community-based education focused on a hands-on and practical learning tool: the garden.

Learning Gardens Lab Program Goals

2008-2009 Learning Gardens Staff

Learning Gardens Staff Top left to Right: Jen Anderson (PSU Grad Assistant), Weston Miller (OSU Extension Agent), Jon Brown (PSU Grad Assistant), Beret Halverson (OSU Program Assistant) Bottom left to Right: Stephanie Rooney (PSU Grad Assistant) and Bob Hatton (OSU Farm Hand). Missing: Kara Gilbert (PSU Grad Assistant)

The Learning Gardens Laboratory needs volunteers!!

Come by during volunteer drop in hours and help in the garden or greenhouse, or sign up to help with one of our educational programs. Gain experience in sustainable agriculture and food system projects.

For more information please contact Weston Miller by phone at 503-650-3124, or Email. The Learning Garden's address is 6801 SE 60th Ave. Portland, OR 97206.

For more information go to the PSU Leadership, Ecology, Culture and Learning Program.

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