Hitchcock Creek Community Garden

Hitchcock Creek Community Garden

We have sturdy raised beds for this community garden as our site is on the foundation of the ruins of Pee Dee Mill #1 at Hitchcock Creek.

Transplanting Traditions Community Farm

Transplanting Traditions Community Farm

At Transplanting Traditions Community Farm, refugee families from Burma preserve their culture and learn sustainable farming techniques.

Briggs Avenue Community Garden

Briggs Avenue Community Garden

The Briggs Avenue Community Garden provides a place for families in Durham, NC to grow fresh fruits and veggies in raised bed garden plots.

Craven County Cropmasters Experimental Garden

Craven County Cropmasters Experimental Garden

A Companion Planting of Dwarf Okra and Marigolds in the Cropmasters of Craven County garden on the Extension grounds in New Bern.

North Carolina Community Garden Partners

NCCGP is a project of the Come to the Table Program of the Rural Advancement Foundation International-USA. It is a volunteer-based grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the quantity, quality and sustainability of community gardens across North Carolina.

What are community gardens?

Community gardens come in all sizes and shapes, and are filled with a glorious diversity of crops and gardeners both. Community gardens are the new village green, creating healthier communities by increasing community involvement and interaction between neighbors, providing fresh fruits and vegetables, and increasing opportunities for healthy outdoor physical activity. Community gardens save money, increase green space in urban areas, serve as unique hands-on educational centers, and much more. In their simple grassroots way, community gardens are making a growing contribution to the local food movement, to food security, and to food justice.