First Presbyterian Community Garden

Founded in 2021, their vision is to create a public garden that will provide an aesthetically pleasing, welcoming environment to encourage community understanding and communication, increase community health and well-being, and provide an accessible location for individual meditation as well as for gardeners and visitors of all ages to work together and share mutual interests. More

Willows at East Lansing Garden

The garden at the Willows at East Lansing engages residents and staff in fulfilling outdoor activities, starting with growing seeds, planting, and all through the harvest.  We encourage volunteers to help with planting, weeding, harvest and clean up each season. Learn more about the Willows at East Lansing on their website and Facebook page. More

Unitarian Universalist Community Garden

Founded in 2019, the UU Community Garden was created to serve refugees who are enrolled in ESL classes taught at the church by the Refugee Development Center, as well as other refugees who live in the area. UU church members are also welcome to garden. When space allows, we also serve other neighborhood residents. More

Lake O’ The Hills Community Garden

Nestled along the shore of the Lake O’ The Hills in Haslett, this community garden was established in 2017. It provides 4×8 raised beds for residents of the nearby apartments and condos that are members of the homeowner’s association. The purpose of the Lake O’ the Hills Community Garden is to provide another amenity to More

St. Paul Lutheran Church Garden

Started in 2015 to grow fresh produce for the pantry on site, this garden sits immediately west of the church parking lot. Gardeners fellowship together as they work in the garden, and participation by community members is welcome! More

Robinson Memorial Garden

A garden tucked in the woods with plenty of space to grow your own veggies and help with a donation plot. The Robinson Memorial Garden grows food for low-income families and provides an opportunity for fellowship among community members. More

Hill Community Garden

Plots available to the general public. A beautiful, large garden space located next door to the Southside Community Center. This diverse and productive garden was developed by members of the local refugee community. Garden Project appreciates the partnership with the South Lansing Community Development Association, Sodexo Magic and the Lansing School District to support this More

Coleman Community Garden

The Coleman Community Garden provides access to healthy, locally grown foods to residents of the community, particularly low-income households and seniors. More

Eastminster Presbyterian Church Garden

The garden is an outreach project started in 2014 by Eastminster Presbyterian Church in East Lansing. The church building sits on a large piece of property situated among some apartment buildings. The garden has a nearby water source and an adjacent parking area. There are no fees for the plots or the water, they rely More

Bath Community Garden

Started in 2014, this garden offers up to 10 plots for lease. Volunteers welcome! Join the Facebook group page at More

Looking Glass Garden

The community garden consists of raised beds that have various crops planted. In addition to the raised beds, there is space for 18 tomato plants and an area for squash. Produce is either donated or delivered for free, and only a portion is reserved for member’s use. More