Urban Garden

Classes in Urban Garden: LA 260 (Understanding Landscapes), GEOG 141 (The Natural Environment), and LA 199 (College Connections).
This FIG looks at urban agriculture in the context of both the designed and natural environment, using the campus urban farm as a living laboratory.

Photo of College Connections faculty for Urban Garden, Harper Keeler.College Connections Faculty:  Harper Keeler

Harper received his degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon in 1995, and has been involved with the Urban Farm since 1992.  He has taught as an adjunct instructor beginning in 2001 and has been directing the Urban Farm since 2008.  He earned an M.L.A. in 2011 centering on experimental, place-based education within the pedagogy of Landscape Architecture. He was central to the creation of the Food for Lane County Grass Roots Garden Project, and with the expansion of Urban Farm-related programs into the Eugene-Springfield area.

Email: hkeeler@uoregon.edu

Photo of FIG Assistant for Urban Garden, Savanna Puccinelli.FIG Assistant: Savanna Puccinelli

Savanna is a junior and loves going on hikes, spending time with her friends, gardening at the Urban Farm, and anything in the outdoors. She is excited to get to know all of her FIG students and show them all of the exciting things that happen at UO. Urban Garden is a great FIG for any student who is interested in being outside in nature and growing food.

Email: savannap@uoregon.edu

Summer Assignment:

Your summer assignment is coming soon! Please check your email and this page in August to make sure you get the assignment!

Week of Welcome:

Our FIG will meet on Friday, September 23rd at 11 AM in Columbia 150! Please arrive around 10 minutes early, as we will be moving to another location shortly after 11!