Community Garden

Steve Patton, manager of Goodall Building, grounds and gardens, left, works alongside student garden manager Patrick Daly ’24, a biology major from Roanoke, Virginia, in Wofford’s Community Garden.

Educational harvest

Wofford College’s Community Garden is an ever-changing landscape that offers hands-on learning experiences year-round:

  • Learn the art of growing your own food and embrace a healthier lifestyle. The garden is a living classroom where you can dig your hands into the soil and discover the joy of fresh, organic produce and sustainable living.
  • Whether you’re planting seeds or simply enjoying the greenery, let the garden be your sanctuary for stress relief and rejuvenation.
  • Our garden isn’t just about plants; it’s a place where you can connect with Terriers from all walks of life and form lifelong friendships. 

Inclusive plots 

Students, faculty and staff are invited to cultivate our community plots. Our demonstration garden features a variety of seasonal vegetables. 

Student manager

Meet Patrick Daly, our current student garden manager. The reins change hands each year or semester, ensuring fresh perspectives and ideas bloom. 

Garden leadership 

Our garden is co-managed by Dr. Peter Brewitt (, associate professor of environmental studies, Dr. Daniel Helman (, a visiting assistant professor, Groundskeeper Donnie Eggleton ( and Stephen Patton (, manager of the Goodall Building. 

Fresh updates 

Check back soon for the latest on what’s sprouting and what’s being harvested.