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Leslie Congregational Garden

Established in 2013, the LCUCC (Leslie Congregational United Church of Christ) Community Garden is located in downtown Leslie between the church and the parsonage. This community garden is a joint effort of the Leslie Congregational Church of Christ and Third Circle, a non-profit children’s holistic health charity. Third Circle maintains the garden through a paid More

Harrison Co. Read & Feed Garden

The mission of the garden is to help meet the basic needs of library patrons and the community at large. In meeting those needs we strive to promote reading, lifelong learning and library use. Excess produce will also be donated to the Stone Soup Project. Our goals include increasing access to fresh produce, teaching self-sufficiency More

Garden of wEden at St. Stephens Church-Coronado

The “Garden of wEden” at St. Stephens Lutheran Church, located on the corner of Waverly and Delta River Dr., is a project that unites the congregation with the neighboring Coronado Gardens Housing community through shared labor, giving and mentoring. During harvest, the food bank at the church receives weekly donations of fresh vegetables. Many others More

Webster Farm Community Garden

This huge garden on Lansing’s south side serves long-time Lansing residents in addition to a significant population of recent immigrants and refugees. More

Wardcliff Community Garden

Established in 2010, plots are available to grow your own food. A tool shed is available with tools for your use. You can also help grow food to give away in the donation section. More

Union St. Garden

Established in 2010 the Union Street Center Community Garden is located behind the Union St. Center. New gardeners are always welcome! The season usually begins in early April, with plots available to grow your own food. Features include a tall fence to provide deer security, a shed for storage and water access. Plots are roughly More

Old Town Community Garden

First established in 2010, this garden is now going through a comprehensive planning and re-visioning process. The location, which was previously known as “Turner St. Garden,” has proven to be a great site to produce healthy vegetables, fruit, and flowers of all varieties. Anyone who wants to get involved with the garden is welcome with More

Towar Community Garden

Plots available to the general public. Established in 1983, this is a garden with a lot of space to work with! The garden is fully fenced and has a hand pump for consistent water access. Everyone comes out together in the spring to help measure and mark out into plots the areas tilled by the More

Summer Place Garden

Established in 2009, Summer Place garden provides growing space for more than 11 Iraqi families and others interested in community organizing based on healthy eating behaviors. More

St. Mike’s Garden Project

This is a great location for south side residents or anyone looking to grow their own food in a fun, supportive environment. This garden has potential space for some “larger plots.” So come grow with us and be a part of the “green jewel in the midst of the concrete jungle”! More

St. Casimir/Moores Park Community Garden

Established in 2010, this garden’s mission is to provide a sunny and safe space for Moores Park area residents to share the experience of gardening as a community. Land use is provided by St. Casimir Church; a former gravel lot has been transformed into a vibrant and beautiful garden, growing more each year. More