Golden Hill Community Garden

Golden Hill Community Garden

Garden Mission

The Golden Hill Community Garden provides members an opportunity to grow their own vegetables, flowers & herbs.  Gardeners learn and share organic techniques that promote healthy gardens through individual and cooperative gardening, meetings, and shared information. The garden provides a peaceful place to meet neighbors, experience nature and enjoy the diversity of life.

The Golden Hill Community Garden was established in 2004. It is located in Golden Hill Park adjacent to Rust St., between 25th and 24th Streets in a once unused and weed covered area. The Golden Hill Community Garden is intended to allow Golden Hill residents an opportunity to meet, work together, and grow plants in a social setting.  It includes 29 plots, approximately 4′x15′ each, for which members pay a semi-annual fee of $25.  Garden membership meetings are held on the first Saturday of each month and work days are organized quarterly. In addition to tending their own plots, each gardener is responsible for taking part in communal tasks to keep the garden as a whole healthy.

For more information and to get on the waiting list, please email goldenhillcommunitygarden@gmail.com or visit their website, goldenhillcommunitygarden.org