Need a Garden Plot! – Community Garden Map
To locate a neighborhood, city, church, community, school, resident, MG demo, or food bank garden near you.
Community neighborhood gardens are about people growing nutritious, locally-grown food and providing an environment in which a strong sense of community can flourish. We help residents find out where to garden, connect with other gardeners, find resources and volunteer in a community garden.
List of CFG Partner Gardens (pdf)
Update for CFG Program
The CFG program is no longer accepting applications for garden grants. Please contact us for assistance – local, regional and national grants and funding opportunites are available and WSUE is here to help .
Link to online resources and CFG Resources
If you have a community garden that you would like to list on the directory contact: email@example.com
Throughout the year we support groups in growing their own food. We offer tours, forums & community projects throughout Whatcom County at a variety of gardens.
Cultivating plants, people and communities since 1973.
Beth Chisholm, Program Coordinator
- Tomato Varieties
- Growing Tomatoes WSU Factsheet
- Growing Dahlias
- Important Gardening Links
- Soil Testing for Home Gardeners
- Soil Tests – Locally
- Master Gardeners Program
- Master Gardener Foundation
- Community Gardens
- Composting & Recycling
Hovander Demonstration Gardens Brochure