Listings in Community Gardens
Grow your community while also growing your own food and improving the health of your family and the environment. With over 100 gardens across Arizona, there is bound to be a community garden near you!
The Garden is open to any person regardless of race, creed, color, age, sexual orientation, or handicap. You may become a gardener of The Garden Patch Community Garden by paying the plot rental fee and signing the gardener agreement.
11350 W. Civic Center Drive
Avondale, Arizona 85323
Las Milpitas de Cottonwood is a 6-acre community farm, on the banks of the Santa Cruz River, that provides materials and support for local residents to grow food for themselves - making healthy, local food more accessible to low-income families.
2405 South Cottonwood Lane
Tucson, Arizona 85713
About the Community Garden The Community Garden serves as a model that demonstrates vegetable gardening best practices in the desert environment, promotes educational opportunities, enhances and further develops a sense of community.
1201 North Galvin Parkway
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
The community garden is a way for you and your neighbors to grow your own produce in a 20' x 20' garden plot on our farm. The plots are rented yearly at a very minimal fee, which includes organic compost and well water.
3000 E Ray Rd
Individuals, families, businesses and other groups in and around El Mirage are encouraged to become part of the garden project. Those interested in growing their own fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers may lease a garden box annually.
12145 NW Grand Ave
El Mirage, Arizona 85335
The nonprofit Community Gardens of Tucson establishes and maintains community gardens and provides ongoing education that enables Tucson residents to grow food successfully and sustainably in garden communities within their neighborhoods.
8445 E Tanque Verde Rd
Tucson, Arizona 85749
Sierra Vista Community Gardens, Inc. provides developed garden plots in an urban setting for community residents who would like to garden in an organic based environment.
300 E. Wilcox, Suite B
Sierra Vista, Arizona 85635
The mission of the Escalante Garden Project is to build community through the production of high-quality food to teach our community about sustainable gardening and healthy cooking.
2150 E. Orange Street
Tempe, Arizona 85281
The Sisters of St. Benedict in developing “Benedict’s Garden” continue to respond to the call of society and the economic challenges to restore the land and produce healthy all natural vegetables and fruits that sustain our children and families.
8502 W Pinchot Ave
Phoenix, Arizona 85037