Community Harvest Garden
Community Harvest Community Garden provides 25 sunny, raised bed plots, along with blackberry canes, fig trees, and communal herb gardens for individuals and families. Whether you need space for a garden, want to learn organic vegetable gardening techniques, or have a desire to give back to the community, come check us out! Fifty percent of the produce harvested is shared weekly with local food pantries and shelters.
Our Community Harvest Brochure thoroughly explains our Community Harvest program. We also have a dedicated website at www.communityharvestgarden.org. Feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Community Harvest Garden is an outreach of Community Unitarian Universalist Church. We are a community of gardeners who nurture the Earth’s resources to produce organic food and share this bounty with our neighbors in need. As a community of gardeners, we create a compassionate, welcoming, and respectful place.
Our demonstration gardens show drought-tolerant gardening practices, including a keyhole garden, hugelkultur mount and terrace gardens, and a food forest. Composting of plant material is accomplished through several types of bins throughout the garden, and food waste composts in bio-digesters and the columns of the keyhole and tower gardens.
Want to get involved?
We welcome all skill and experience levels to the garden! You can join in on harvesting veggies on Saturday mornings, assist with garden maintenance chores as needed, or adopt a garden plot.
- Water, compost, fertilizer, organic pest control products, hoses, tools, and seeds are provided.
- We ask for a commitment of 4-6 hours per month.
- Read through the Adopt-a-Plot Agreement Form for more information. If you’re interested in adopting a plot, you can submit the signed form (without payment) to be placed on the waiting list.
- You can also donate to the garden by clicking on the blue “Donate Now” button, scroll down to the “Garden” section near the bottom and fill in the appropriate fields: .
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