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Register for December 6 GROW workshop!

Last chance! GROW workshop in Whitakers. Click "view more" for registration link.

Walkertown Library Community Garden

Walkertown Library Community Garden

We were looking for more affordable, local, and healthier options for feeding ourselves and our families. Besides - gardening is an excellen

Veterans Healing Farm

Veterans Healing Farm

Veterans Healing Farm: cultivating life through community.

Sylva Community Garden

Sylva Community Garden

The Sylva Community Garden is located in Downtown Sylva, and grows organic vegetables for garden members and for donation. Hope to see you s

Chatham County Together/Communities in Schools Second Street Youth Garden

Chatham County Together/Communities in Schools Second Street Youth Garden

The Chatham County Together/Communities in Schools Youth Garden is designed to address hunger for low income residents of Chatham County, es

North Carolina Community Garden Partners

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Starting 2015 Garden Beet will only be available to NCCGP members. Join now!


What are community gardens?

Simply stated, a community garden is any piece of land gardened by a group of people. To many people though, they are much more than that! Community gardens create strong healthy communities by increasing community involvement and interaction between neighbors, providing fresh fruits and vegetables and increasing opportunities for physical activity. Gardens can save people money, they increase green space in urban areas, they serve as wonderful hands-on educational centers, and so much more.

North Carolina Community Garden Partners (NCCGP) is a nonprofit membership organization made of partners across the state interested in “growing” community gardens. Visit our list of partner organizations and partner gardens.

Our vision is to increase the quantity, quality and sustainability of community gardens in North Carolina.

Our mission is to 1) expand community gardening efforts throughout the state 2) increase community food security and improve access to healthy food and 3) strengthen community involvement and build community capacity by promoting community gardens, connecting partners, providing education and sharing resources across the state.

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Dec 06 - Dec 06

NC Community Garden Partners Event

GROW Workshop Whitakers


Location: 281 Bricks Lane, Whitakers, NC 27891

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