Boxer Gardens

B Street Farm has moved to Boxer Gardens. Read more.

Boxer Gardens Location

2407 Main Street 
Forest Grove, OR 97116

Boxer Gardens is a .4-acre property on Pacific University’s Forest Grove Campus that serves as an outdoor laboratory for students in applied sustainability and environmental science studies programs, as well as a venue for outdoor gathering. 

Continuing the work once housed at the B Street Farm, Boxer Gardens provides students with opportunities to learn about organic gardening practices, educational outreach, policy development, sustainable community, and housing design. 

The garden features a polyculture garden, woodland garden, pollinator garden and vibrant patio area.

flowers in the Boxer Gardens
barn and plants in the Boxer Gardens
Wide pathways and planters in the Boxers Gardens

Vision | We envision a vibrant, thriving, and just community that provides for its food, water, and energy needs through informed stewardship of the ecosystems within our bioregion.

Mission | To provide inspiration and information on resilient and sustainable systems through demonstration, exploration, and discovery for the learning communities of our bioregion.

Values | We are guided by a collective value system that includes respecting the earth’s geophysical processes and limitations, caring for the earth’s living communities, and distributing the abundance of renewable resources in a fair and equitable manner. 

Contact Us

Boxer Gardens
2407 Main Street |

Open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

Ron Calkins | Boxer Gardens Manager
971-404-5912 |


B Street Farms to Become Boxer Gardens

Pacific University unveiled its new Boxer Gardens at an open house Aug. 29. The gardens sit on a compact .4-acre property on the Forest Grove Campus bordered on the west by Main Street, east by Hanson Stadium, north by the barber pole and south along the Stoller Center parking lot.

Ron Calkins at B Street farm

Mulberries, tomatoes, honey, rabbits and squash: Pacific University's B Street Farm is a food producer, a laboratory and a learning center.

Public health major Sara Davidson '16 seeks to make healthy foods more available, and more useful, to those in need.