Baylor Community Garden

The Baylor Community Garden provides educational opportunities to the university and local organizations on how to maintain gardens and encourage healthy lifestyles. A special focus is placed on integrating sustainable water-use technologies and organic garden training.

The Baylor Community Garden also serves as a location for Campus Kitchen to grow and donate produce to help relieve local hunger. Members of the graduate housing communities have access to individual growing plots, and may enjoy the recreational green space, grill, and host events in the garden.

For more information about the Baylor Community Garden and access for members of the graduate housing communities, please contact the Browning Square Community Coordinator, Adina Johnson.

Photo of a gazebo over a gardenPhoto of garden outside of Browning SquarePhoto of two students gardeningPhoto of tomatoes in a garden

"It's not a garden for aesthetics. It's a teaching garden, a garden
that will serve the community; it's a garden that serves a purpose."
- Smith Getterman, Sustainability Coordinator at Baylor University

Baylor Graduate School

Baylor Graduate School
Morrison Hall, Suite 200
One Bear Place #97264
Waco, TX 76798-7264

(254) 710-3588

(254) 710-3870