The Heritage Farm Community Gardens have 88 plots, each 20 by 20 feet. A limited number of disabled-accessible plots are available.
January to January Year-round. Winter gardening allowed.
$75 per plot, which includes water and use of some tools.
Why participate in the community gardens?
- Grow your own food.
- Teach your children where food comes from.
- Get outside and be active.
- Take advantage of the community gardens if you don’t have enough room or sun at your home.
- Learn about gardening in a supportive community place.
City of Vancouver Community Garden Plots
Master Gardener program, Washington State University Extension – Clark County
Want a garden plot at The Heritage Farm Community Garden?
WSU Clark County Extension
Community Garden 2021 Contract (PDF)
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