PARKS FOR PRODUCE!
Salt Lake County's Community Garden Program
Salt Lake County & Wasatch Community Garden -
A Great Team.
Parks for Produce program is now accepting applications for the development of a new garden in 2017. If you are interested in starting a new community garden in your neighborhood at a Salt Lake County Park, please review the application for details and follow the instructions.
Salt Lake County has partnered with Wasatch Community Gardens to manage the County's Parks for Produce Program. If you would like to participate in one of our existing gardens in Hillsdale, Copper, Ben Franklin, or Harmony Park, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a variety of gardens throughout Salt Lake County that are run by non-profits like WCG, churches, or even local neighborhoods. Click here for a LIST of community gardening locations throughout the valley. Community Gardens list may not be up to date since this information changes rapidly.
If your city/neighbordhood/church or other such group has a community garden not listed and would like to be, please email Supreet.
Creekside Community Garden Ground breaking:
Magna Community Garden design:
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