Ted & Chris Robb Garden
Growing Sustainable Experiences

The Ted & Chris Robb Garden is an organic fruit and vegetable garden located on Pacific’s Stockton campus and cultivated using biointensive methods. It is a very special natural space that serves as an experiential learning laboratory for Pacific students and a social commons for all. Originally conceived by students Fiona Kelly and Vinny Johl and funded through a gift by then-Regent Walter Robb in 2012, the Robb Garden remains a student-driven space. The focus is on sustainable food growing practices and the transformative effect of hands-on encounters with the green, growing environment.


Your support will help us expand experiential learning opportunities for students in the Robb Garden.

Robb Garden Donor Heatmap
Rank State Gifts
1 CA 14
2 MD 3
3 AA 0
Overall Gift Leaderboard
Which department or program has raised the most gifts during #PacificGives?
Rank Department Gifts
1 College of the Pacific 80
2 Athletics 66
3 School of Engineering and Computer Science 55
4 Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry 55
5 Student Life 48
6 McGeorge School of Law 41
7 Thomas J Long School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences 39
8 Eberhardt School of Business 39
9 Gladys L. Benerd School of Education 28
10 Pacific Alumni Association 23
11 Ted & Chris Robb Garden 17
12 Stockton Campus Library 14
13 Conservatory of Music 9
14 George Moscone Documentary Project 7
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