Our Gardens

Let's Keep Growing Together

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What is a Community Garden

A community garden is a natural space where neighbors come together to plant fruit, vegetables, and herbs. They are particularly beneficial in urban areas where access to grocery stores or fresh produce can be a challenge , and opportunities to connect with nature are rare.

Rolling Green Elementary School

Gardens seamlessly integrate into educational settings, starting as early as elementary school. Young children engage in garden maintenance, while older students participate in planning and planting. Schools sustain these gardens through courses like family and consumer sciences, gardening clubs, and agriculture or nutrition studies. Students can partner with their cafeterias to incorporate their produce into school lunches, creating a holistic educational experience centered around agriculture and nutrition.

Some of the fresh produce grown here includes Banana, Tangerine, Avocado, Mango, Cherry and Papaya.

Seaside & Crest Haven

Fresh produce enhances the nutrition of seniors’ diets, supporting their overall health. In essence, these gardens nourish both the body and spirit of our elderly residents.

Food gardens at senior centers offer numerous benefits. They provide a therapeutic and engaging activity for residents, promoting physical and mental well-being. Gardening fosters a sense of community and purpose, reducing loneliness.

Some of the fresh produce grown here includes  Pineapple, Spinach, Guava, Sage and even Aloe Vera. 

Branson Creek

Workforce housing food gardens are invaluable. They foster a sense of belonging, bringing people together to cultivate shared spaces.  Our gardens offer access to fresh, nutritious produce and build the culture of the neighborhood.

Some of the fresh produce grown here includes Watermelon, Squash, Tomatoes, Carrots, Corn and Okra. 

Palo Verde

These gardens empower communities to take charge of their health and environment, fostering sustainability and resilience. In essence, they are vibrant hubs for growth, connection, and positive change.

Some of the fresh produce grown here includes cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, yams, broccoli and a variety of culinary herbs.

Crops planted

We are constantly updating our produce to keep up with the changing seasons, interests, and needs of our garden.



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