Located on the grounds of Bailey Hall in MSU’s Brody Neighborhood, Bailey GREENhouse is made possible through a partnership between the Division of Residential and Hospitality Services (RHS), the Residential Initiative on the Study of the Environment (RISE) and the MSU Student Organic Farm.
- Bailey GREENhouse harvests:
- Herbs grown in Bailey GREENhouse are tended to by students of RISE and served at Brody Square.
- Partnership in Action:
MSU Culinary Services provides advance contracting for production of herbs grown at Bailey GREENhouse RISE students work at Bailey GREENhouse to learn about how the economy can work in harmony with natural cycles through organic growing methods, composting and the food cycle. In partnership with the MSU Recycling and Surplus Center, pre-consumer food waste from the residential dining halls is used for worm and hot composting at the MSU Student Organic farm and used as nutrient-rich compost for Bailey GREENhouse soil!
- The herbs are grown in soil with composted pre-consumer food waste from Brody Square — closing the loop!