Join a Community Garden - City of High Point
Are you interested in joining a garden?
Look at the Community Garden map and directory on our website, to learn more about the active community gardens near you!
There are more than 25 active community gardens and urban farms in the city of High Point. Most of the community gardens in High Point are volunteer-run and require the participation of everyone for a successful growing season. This includes participating in garden discussions, work days, and volunteer roles.
Please fill out the form below to the best of your ability which assists us in better connecting you to a garden in your neighborhood.
If you have questions, contact Quina Weber-Shirk, Community & School Garden Agent with NC Cooperative Extension Guilford County Center,
, or (336)525-6112.
Your Full Name:
Your Phone Number:
Please include your area code.
Your zip code:
This will help us match you with a garden near your neighborhood or community!
Is there a specific a community garden you would like to volunteer with or join?
Or more than one community garden? List them all here.
Why do you want to join a community garden?
Check all that apply, and add any other reasons under "Other." Community gardens support many different goals and missions. Knowing your reasons will help us match you with a community garden.
To have gardening space to grow for myself and my family (an ALLOTMENT garden)
To grow produce to feed others (a DONATION garden)
To volunteer to tend a garden space for others (a SCHOOL/LEARNING or ORGANIZATION garden)
Are you joining on behalf of an organization?
Name of organization (if any)
For more information, visit the City of High Point Urban Agriculture website.
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