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The city of Longmont is proud to act as a liaison with community gardens who operate independently but contribute to our overall community.  A community garden allows people to learn from one another, make new connections, build relationships, and take care of the environment.

Benefits of community gardens:
Fresh Produce
A Cleaner Environment
Stronger Communities
Educational Opportunities

Please see the information below to learn more about local community gardens.


Second Start Community Garden

Second Start Community Garden has plots, which can be rented by individuals or groups for a fee based on a sliding scale based on income. Gardeners sign a contract agreeing to participate in 8 hours of community work-share per season, plant by May 1, and use organic gardening techniques and water conservation practices.

For more information, visit Second Start Community Garden.
Growing Gardens

Growing Gardens mission is to enrich the lives of our community through sustainable urban agriculture. Growing Gardens unites the Boulder County community through urban agricultural programs.

For more information, visit Growing Gardens.


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