UW Campus Food Shed

The UW Campus Food Shed is a project thought up by undergraduate student Hayden DePorter. Funded by a grant from the Kemper Knapp Bequest written by Irwin Goldman and Hannah, the Campus Food Shed is designed to collect produce from research farms, the F.H. King Student Farm, and local grocery stores to make it freely available to all UW Madison students, staff, and faculty.

There are two main refrigerator locations around campus, including Moore Hall (second floor, near loading dock), and the Student Activity Center (333 East Campus Mall, 3rd floor across from info desk). The SAC fridge is stocked multiple times a week in accordance to the academic school calendar. The Moore Hall fridge is stocked throughout the year depending on what field projects are underway. There may not be produce available at all times, but whenever a fridge is stocked, Campus Food Shed’s Facebook and Instagram will be updated. The Moore Hall fridge will be available during normal building hours (typically open from about 7am until about 5:30pm). The Student Activity Center has hours that vary with the time of year; please check https://www.asm.wisc.edu/sac/ for more details.

For more information on this project, check out FaceBook www.facebook.com/campusfoodshed, Instagram @campusfoodshed, or email uwfoodshed@hort.wisc.edu

Media on the Food Shed