Hunter Park GardenHouse

Established in 2009 by Allen Neighborhood Center, the Hunter Park GardenHouse serves as a demonstration and education facility as well as a community space. The GardenHouse supports a year-round CSA and hosts a series of gardening and food education workshops. More

Foster Community Garden

Plots available to the general public.  Established in 1990, with easy access to Garden Project’s Resource Center, this garden offers tilled or untilled plots for anyone to grow their own food. New gardeners are paired up with a long-term gardener to help answer questions and provide mentorship if needed. Garden plots are around 13’x25′ for More

Edgewood Village Community Garden

Edgewood Village is all about helping residents make delicious, nutritionally sound choices and fostering self-empowerment. Established in 2011 and installed with the help of The Garden Project’s Garden Leaders class of 2011, the garden has plots for residents and youth scholars, including raised beds. View their PBS video clip here. More

Averill Woods School & Community Garden

Established in 2010, Averill Woods hopes to do the following: Create/enhance a sense of community among resident gardeners, their families, teachers, students; Promote educational opportunities for students gardening with their teachers; Provide gardening space for neighbors whose yards are now too shady with tree maturation; Provide garden space for families of children who attend the More

123 Garden

Established as a community garden in 2011, neighbors remember the house and family that once occupied the now cultivated Ingham County Land Bank parcel. Residents from up and down the street contribute and reap in their own ways, enjoying fresh, healthy food right on the block. This is one among several gardens in this area More