Community Garden

The Ladywood Community Garden, created with the help of a grant from the Felician Services St. Francis Stewardship fund and additional fundraising, is mantained entirely by the Ladywood faculty, staff, students, and parents. This year, they planted tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, asparagus, strawberries, several herbs, squash, and onions. Once harvested, the fruits, vegetables, and herbs were donated to a local non-profit that helps fight hunger in the Metro Detroit area. 

Along with the Community Garden, Ladywood's campus is also now home to two bee hives with approximately 6,000 bees each.