Core Mission Areas:
There is so much to learn about agriculture, sustainability, and nature. We want to educate our guests about water conservation, planting gardens in a way that’s kind to the environment, and much more. The plants, insects, and wildlife that inhabit The Gardens provide teaching opportunities for all ages. Whether you’re interested in growing a spring flower garden or growing food to feed your family, we’ve got gardens to show you how.
We all strive to live a little healthier – eating better food, drinking more water, and keeping a clear mind. Taking time for nature is rejuvenating, and can help with mindfulness in a busy world. As campus green space disappears, it’s vital that we make The Gardens a priority space for gathering together, learning and relaxing, all valuable for quality-of-life on campus.
Texas A&M University is a world-leading research institution, and The Gardens are an invaluable resource for continued learning. STEM education continues to be a growing need, and our educational programs provide opportunities for all ages to be curious and inspired.
Learning and progress is important, especially on campus – but there’s tremendous value in taking time for fun and relaxation. Cooking classes, music, literature, art, and entertainment are all heightened with nature as the backdrop. A space for special events and gathering with loved ones enriches the community.
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