Private Community Gardens
In addition to selling individual garden beds and managing free community gardens throughout our community, we also partner with local businesses and organizations to set them up with private community garden spaces for their customers and residents. This can look like one small community garden bed or an entire private community garden space with multiple beds.
Below you can check out some of the private community gardens we have installed, and the partners we have acquired along the way.
If you are interested in getting set up wit your own private community garden, reach out to us today!
Raven Crest Apartments
In the spring of 2019, we partnered with the Casper Housing Authority to install 24 community garden beds on the property of their newly built apartment complex, Raven Crest Apartments, at 4701 Tranquility Way.
In 2014, we partnered with the City of Casper and their Parks Department to establish Casper's first Food is Free Community Garden in a city park. What started as just a few beds had transformed into an amazing little community garden that has helped beautify this lesser-known pocket park.
We had two volunteers take the lead on this community garden, and they loved the project so much, that in 2016 they established Friends of Dallason Park. Since then, volunteers have worked tirelessly on improving this community garden and its partnerships. You can follow them and stay up to date on upcoming events and progress through the Friends of Dallason Park Facebook page.
This Community Garden also includes ADA-friendly beds, wide rows and dolomite paths for our wheelchair-bound friends.
10th and Cedar St.
In 2016, we had a community member reach out to us regarding some extra space he had on his property at the corner of 10th and Cedar St., and in partnership with Michael's Fencing, the 10th and Cedar St. Community Garden was formed.
This community garden includes 24 beds for people to pick from. Similar to what you fill find at our Program Center and Urban Farm, you can expect to see lettuce varieties, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, beets, radishes, squash, herbs and more.
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Get Involved Today
Are you looking to get involved with our Food is Free Community Gardens? Volunteers, sponsors, monetary donations and garden-related items such as garden tools, seeds and plants are always in need!
If you already know how you want to get involved, then consider getting started now by clicking the appropriate link below. Not sure where to start? Reach out to us and let's work it out together!