We are leaving the space we are currently at and looking for a new location. As close to the center of the walking area of town as possible, sunny and about 1 acre is much preferred. Please email us if you have a lead.
If you’d like to help us out with defraying expenses you can donate here:
There are some perennials, annuals, herbs, berries, jerusalem artichokes and asparagus up for digging if you bring your own containers (we have shovels you can use). Available 2-6pm Mon Oct 5 – Thur Oct 8th. Please don’t dig until someone can show you what’s up for grabs (nothing in the raised beds, in a pot or with blue flags); be patient if we aren’t there right when you get there; we are making runs back and forth to our storage areas. Park in the parking lot, and we’ll be back soon. Thanks!
You can also help us dig and move soil, and other jobs if you’d like. We’ll be at the farm in the afternoon and evenings from now until Oct 17th. Please Email us with any questions or inquires at email@example.com.
Current Seasonal Working Hours
Monday and Thursday 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Saturday 10:00am – 1:00pm
(Weather and schedule permitting – for latest info please subscribe to our email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
We have a few shirts available for anyone who wants them. Both designs in large or XL. $5 for members, $10 nonmembers.
Located conveniently near downtown Garner, the Garner Grows Urban Community Garden is a communal space that provides access to land, education and resources to learn and grow food in an environmentally sustainable manner. We created a local food system where we are able to produce nutritious food with affordable annual dues ($30 per household). The garden is based on a Share the Harvest work program. This allows members (novice or expert) to grow produce and flowers, as well as their gardening skills. The garden also promotes a positive and sustainable environment for residents and neighbors to work together. The garden may also function as a living laboratory for the students of Garner area schools and a model of sustainable practices at the community level. We have a goal to donate approximately 10% of the food grown to local Garner food pantries and soup kitchens.
Please Email us with any questions or inquires at email@example.com.
Our mailing address is: Garner Grows P.O. Box 1647, Garner, NC 27529