Foodscape Map: Geographic Asset Map

This interactive Geographic Asset Map shows the locations of the most important food-related services and facilities at UC Berkeley, from crucial Basic Needs Services like the UC Berkeley Food Pantry, to campus gardens, eateries, and self-service facilities (lactation rooms, microwaves, water refill stations, and zero-waste stations) in and around campus buildings.

Click on the checkbox next to each layer to turn it on and off (if you are on a mobile device, click on the layers list icon first). Click on any map feature to see more information in a pop-up window; on a desktop computer, you can hover to see feature names first. Use the search bar to find a feature and zoom to it. Buttons on the top-right of the map window zoom in and out, expand to fullscreen, show all features and return home to central campus, and toggle all layers on or off. Icon locations do not necessarily reflect the exact position of a facility within a building, especially for buildings with multiple markers; read the pop-ups for more specific information.

This map was last updated September 2021. Therefore, some of this data may be out of date.

Basic Needs data collection by Emily Altman and Natalia Semeraro. Campus Gardens data collection by Nathalie Muñoz, Meg Prier, and Natalia Semeraro. Campus Eateries data collection by Will Payne, Melina Packer, Hortencia Rodríguez, and Kevin Tuok. Lactation Room data collection by Kim Guess. Microwave data collection by KC Chung, Margaret Shi, Hannah Tong, and Lucy Yu. Water Refill Station data collection by Kevin Tuok and students of NST 166: Nutrition in the Community with Professor Mary Lesser. Zero Waste Station data collection by Claudio Valencia. Visualization and development by Will Payne and Kevin Tuok using Leaflet. Map icons by Kevin Tuok and Shalandy Zhang, on map tiles by OpenStreetMap and MapBox Studio. Project manager: Rosalie Z. Fanshel.