Salt Lake County Parks & Recreation partners with several local nonprofit organizations to connect people with healthy food options, in their community, by providing dedicated space in our parks for gardening and farming.
Whether you’re interested in renting a community garden plot, organizing a new garden, growing and gathering food, or working with refugees to address food security, as partners in the #ParksForProduce program, there are many community farming options available to Salt Lake County residents.
Find a garden in a Salt Lake County park near you:
Enables refugees to celebrate their heritage and nourish themselves and their neighbors by planting strong roots—literally—in their new communities.The Green Urban Lunch Box
Provide access to those in need and give everyone an opportunity to grow and eat quality food.
Plots, yards, and gardens are intended to improve the quality of life and the neighborhood.
If you’re interested in having a community garden at one of our parks, send us an email: email@example.com.