Life Lab

Life Lab cultivates children's love of learning, healthy food, and nature through garden-based education.

We are looking forward to seeing you at a Garden Classroom Workshop!

Getting Here 

Map to the Life Lab Garden Classroom and Parking Lots 115 and 116 There will be someone from Life Lab in the entrance to Parking Lot 116 from 9:00-9:30 am, ready to give you a parking permit upon arrival. UCSC is huge. To find our parking lot, navigate to Parking Lot 116.

There is a 10-minute walk up an inclined dirt road from the parking lot to the Garden Classroom. See walking directions hereIf you require more accessible parking, please contact us at (831) 459-2001.

 

Lodging, Restaurants, and Other Recommendations

Check out our airport and lodging recommendations as well as nearby restaurant and itinerary suggestions for your stay.

 

What to Bring

We recommend that you bring the following to the workshop:
• Comfortable clothes: Layers are often best for chilly mornings and warm afternoons.
• Comfortable shoes for the outdoors
• A hat, sunscreen and water bottle
• A camera to document your time in the Garden Classroom
• A notebook and a pen or pencil

 

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