The Cullowhee Community Garden

The Cullowhee Community Garden is a project of the Jackson County Department of Public Health. The garden provides space, tools, and materials for community members to grow produce organically. Each gardener agrees to donate one half of the produce grown in their plot to help our community food relief programs. There is no monetary fee for joining the garden, only the 50% donation.
We hold weekly Community Volunteer Days every Wednesday afternoon until Dusk, and Every Saturday from 9am until 12pm. Common tasks include: weeding, spreading mulch, planting, invasive plant removal, and lots of other fun projects

Garden Information

Started:

2013

County:

Jackson

Participant Count:

More than 50

Organization:

Plot/Allotment Garden

Plot Count:

31-50

Type:Neighborhood/Public garden Size:

1/4 acre to 1 acre

Primary Production:

Vegetables

Secondary Production:

Compost, Flowers/greenery, Fruits, Herbs, Vegetables

Culture/Language:

English so far, but open to others

Primary Audience:

Everyone

Primarily Served:

Everyone

Funding Source:

NO plot fees. Funded by the Jackson County Department of Public Health


Affiliated Organization

Type Name Website Phone Email
Government (city, county) Jackson County Department of Public Helath View site 828-586-8994 -

Contact Information

Land Ownership:

Public Land
Jackson County

Garden Contact:

Adam Bigelow
828-586-8994
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Garden Location:

66 South Painter Road, Nantahala National Forest, Cullowhee, NC 28723, USA

Mailing Address:

The Cullowhee Community Garden c/o Jacson County Department of Public Helath
538 Scott Creek Road, Suite 100
Sylva, NC 28779