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Welcome 2018

Welcome back! It is so nice to be back in Santa Barbara. Unfortunately our area was subject to massive wildfires and devastating mudslides. We hope everyone is safe and back home. What happened to Santa Barbara is terrible, and we at DPW hope to see a speedy recovery. In a letter to the student body, Chancellor …

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In the Press – The Daily Nexus: Students Grow Produce in Unlikely Places

“The Edible Campus Program and the Department of Public Worms have begun turning large and unused concrete spaces into vertical, sustainable farms to combat hunger. In the battle against campus-wide food insecurity, students are creating urban orchards, vertical gardens and a campus farm to increase food production on even the campus’s most concrete-covered areas. Nearly …

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Greenhouse 2.0!

Since Fall 2015, our garden has been undergoing some redesign and renovation. Prompted by gopher invasion and destructive wind, we took the opportunity to reassess the layout for our garden and the structure of our greenhouse. We decided that we needed to be more responsible with our water usage in this on-going California Drought and …

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Community Backyard Compost Workshop – April 1, 2016

We’re not joking around! No pranks, no gags, no tricks! Dept. of Public Worms is hosting a Backyard Compost Workshop right in Isla Vista in partnership with the Santa Barbara County Resource Recovery & Waste Management Division. When: April 1, 2016 Friday April 1 from 4 – 5 PM Where: IV Food Co-Op 6575 Seville Road, …

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