Keeley Park Community Garden
The Keeley Community Garden is a space where residents can learn to grow their own plants and lease their own gardening plots. We offer gardening workshops, environmental education and service learning opportunities for individuals, schools and community groups. The garden is one way Parks and Recreation is addressing food insecurity in our community.
Reserve a Gardening Plot
Annual registration begins in January.
about 100 square feet
$35 a year per plot
Please review the garden Rules and Regulations.The Home Vegetable Gardening Handbook provides helpful advice to novices and those with green thumbs.
Community Garden Programs
The community garden is a wonderful educational tool for students of any age. The garden coordinator works with you to develop lesson plans and activities that engage students and meet your curriculum needs.
The Keeley Park Community Garden offers:
- Seed planting workshops (February 18 and March 11)
- Educational garden tours and classes
- Grow your own food workshops
- Community service.
Contact the Keeley Community Garden coordinator Heather Sparks at 336-373-4549 to plan your event today.