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Community Garden NameAddressZipContact Person/PhoneEmailHistory/Description# PlotsPlot SizeStart DatePlot RentalWork HoursWork DaysWishlist Amenities for classesSummaryWebsiteLand Ownership Date UpdatedDate of Last Attempted ContactNotes
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5604 Manor Community Garden5604 Manor Rd.78723Mark McKim5604manorcg@gmail.com The 5604 Manor Community Garden is a collectively run community garden in the backyard of the 5604 Manor Community Center. The center is the home of the Workers Defense Project, Third Coast Activist Resource Center and Cooperation Texas. The garden was created with a grant from the Outdoor Nation Foundation in September 2012. The Garden is a free and open space for anyone to play outside, build community, and cultivate food, herbs, and native plants in a way that is sustainable for the environment and healthy for the body and mind. We share knowledge, tools, recipes, and the food that we grow in the garden. Absolutely no experience is necessary to get involved. All produce that is harvested is shared equally amongst garden participants and any excess produce is donated to Austin hunger relief organizations.CommunalCommunal2012Free10am-1pmSundayfencing, wheelbarrow, new toolshed, outdoor lighting, volunteers!Indoor/outdoor space available, electricity, chairs, tables, restrooms, kitchen, small playground, soccer fieldGarden Information: *Name: 5604 Manor Community Garden *Address: 5604 Manor Rd., 78723 *Contact Person/Phone: Mark McKim, 5604manorcg@gmail.com *: *Website:https://www.facebook.com/5604ManorCommunityGarden *# Plots: Communal *Plot Size: Communal *Start Date: 2012 *Plot Rental: Free *Work Hours: 10am-1pm *Work Days: Sunday *Wishlist : fencing, wheelbarrow, new toolshed, outdoor lighting, volunteers! https://www.facebook.com/5604ManorCommunityGardenPrivate8/16/2016: sent email
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Adelphi Acre Community Garden3701 1/2 Adelphi Lane78759Sabrina JoplinSabrina Joplin, sabrinasjoplin@gmail.comAdelphi Acre Community Garden is the result of a grassroots effort to create a thriving social space where neighbors can come together, grow together, and learn together. The Adelphi Acre Community garden is dedicated to bringing sustainable agriculture to the North Austin area. Adelphi Acre Community Garden's grand opening was in April 2015.7710'x10', 4'x12'201510'x10' $60/year, 4'x12' $36/year 10am-1pm2nd Saturdaysshovels (pointed and compost), spading forks, garden hoes, hand clippers, rakes (hard frame and leaf), stakes (garden, steel, hook, and bamboo), PVC pipe hoops, cold frames, 5 gallon buckets, soil pH meter (Soil Master, Home Depot, $5.97), soil moisture meter (Soil Master, Home Depot, $5.97), power screwdriver, drill set, extension cords, power strip, hand tool set, wheelbarrow (True Temper Flat Free Tire, 6 cu. ft., Home Depot, $87.98), ladder (Werner 6′ Fiberglass, Home Depot, $49.00), plants and seedsOutdoor space, playground, bike rack,Garden Information: *Name: Adelphi Acre Community Garden *Address: 3701 1/2 Adelphi Lane, 78759 *Contact Person/Phone: Sabrina Joplin, Sabrina Joplin, sabrinasjoplin@gmail.com *: *Website:http://www.adelphiacre.org/ *# Plots: 77 *Plot Size: 10'x10', 4'x12' *Start Date: 2015 *Plot Rental: 10'x10' $60/year, 4'x12' $36/year *Work Hours: 10am-1pm *Work Days: 2nd Saturdays *Wishlist : shovels (pointed and compost), spading forks, garden hoes, hand clippers, rakes (hard frame and leaf), stakes (garden, steel, hook, and bamboo), PVC pipe hoops, cold frames, 5 gallon buckets, soil pH meter (Soil Master, Home Depot, $5.97), soil moisture meter (Soil Master, Home Depot, $5.97), power screwdriver, drill set, extension cords, power strip, hand tool set, wheelbarrow (True Temper Flat Free Tire, 6 cu. ft., Home Depot, $87.98), ladder (Werner 6′ Fiberglass, Home Depot, $49.00), plants and seeds http://www.adelphiacre.org/City of Austin Public Works8/16/2016: sent email
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AGE of Central Texas Happy Honeysuckle Garden3710 Cedar St.78705Heidi Fischer, 512-600-9281Heidi Fischer, hfischer@ageofcentraltx.orghttp://www.ageofcentraltx.org/index.phpAGE of Cental Texas`8/25/16Heidi will send more information
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Alamo Community Garden2101 Alamo St.78722(512) 222-7198 alamocommunitygarden@gmail.comAlamo Community Garden is a collectively run urban garden that exists to provide space to its members to grow organic produce and to promote community. Originally an educational garden for youth, ACG is now home to gardeners of all ages.2910'x20,' 10'x10'1994Six-month membership (Jan. - Jun; July - Dec.) $10 per member per season plus $15 per half plot per season and $25 per full plot per season.10am-1pmLast Saturdayschipper/shredder, hand trowels, small clipping shears, new sign, rough mulch for pathways.Covered meeting area with benches to seat 12, space for additional chairs. Additional meeting area with 6 chairs near front gate.Garden Information: *Name: Alamo Community Garden *Address: 2101 Alamo St., 78722 *Contact Person/Phone: (512) 222-7198 , alamocommunitygarden@gmail.com *: *Website:http://alamocommunitygarden.weebly.com/ *# Plots: 29 *Plot Size: 10'x20,' 10'x10' *Start Date: 1994 *Plot Rental: Six-month membership (Jan. - Jun; July - Dec.) $10 per member per season plus $15 per half plot per season and $25 per full plot per season. *Work Hours: 10am-1pm *Work Days: Last Saturdays *Wishlist : chipper/shredder, hand trowels, small clipping shears, new sign, rough mulch for pathways. http://alamocommunitygarden.weebly.com/ Private8/16/2016: sent email
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Asian American Resource Center Program Garden8401 Cameron Rd.78754Linh Nguyen (512) 974-1700Linh Nguyen, linh.nguyen@austintexas.govStarted September 2014, the Asian American Resource Center Program Garden is a space where community members of all ages work on projects together to develop an intergenerational garden growing Asian produce, herbs and other flora.64'x10'2014FreeContact AARCContact AARCContact AARCFull commercial kitchen, indoor meeting area, bathroom, ballroom.Garden Information: *Name: Asian American Resource Center Program Garden *Address: 8401 Cameron Rd., 78754 *Contact Person/Phone: Linh Nguyen (512) 974-1700, Linh Nguyen, linh.nguyen@austintexas.gov *: *Website:http://austintexas.gov/aarc *# Plots: 6 *Plot Size: 4'x10' *Start Date: 2014 *Plot Rental: Free *Work Hours: Contact AARC *Work Days: Contact AARC *Wishlist : Contact AARC http://austintexas.gov/aarcCity of Austin PARD8/16/2016: sent email to Linh Nguyen, bounced back; sent emaili to online AARC email form
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Bob Barton's Garden Patch at Onion Creek Senior Center 420 Bartons Crossing78610Pamala Nelson, 512-295-3413Pamala Nelson, pamalan@austin.rr.comIn the spring of 2014, The Health Angels, a program of St. David’s Foundation in Austin build the first senior community garden in Hays County at the Onion Creek Senior Center named Bob Barton’s Garden Patch. The garden consists of raised beds with seating inside an enclosure to deter deer, rabbits and wild turkeys that are prevalent in our area. The first plants were put in on March 29, 2014. The garden club has had a successful garden for the past three years, sharing fresh vegetables with seniors who come to the weekly free lunch.25'x72' area with 9 raised beds25'x72' area with 9 raised beds3/29/2014Free to members of OSCSCAs neededAs neededDonations of compost and mulch always appreciated, as well as spring and fall transplantsThe OCSC building is open most mornings from M-F for use of garden volunteers.http://ocscbuda.org/our-garden/3693580Onion Creek Senior Center8/24/16
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Blackshear Neighborhood Garden 2011 E. 9th St.78702Caitlin Macklin
Caitlin Macklin, caitlin.macklin@gmail.comBlackshear Neighborhood Garden was founded in 2008 with a license agreement with the City of Austin. The garden is the size of one urban city lot. It is divided into a section of shared neighborhood rows and a section containing plots.The structure is informal and neighborly.1715'x15'2008$40 /season (Jan. - June; July - Dec.)9am- 12pm (hot season), 2pm-5pm (cold season)SundayExperienced gardenersDecomposed granite, chairs.Garden Information: *Name: Blackshear Neighborhood Garden *Address: 2011 E. 9th St., 78702 *Contact Person/Phone: Caitlin Macklin
, Caitlin Macklin, caitlin.macklin@gmail.com *: *Website:https://www.facebook.com/BlackshearCommunityGarden/?fref=nf *# Plots: 17 *Plot Size: 15'x15' *Start Date: 2008 *Plot Rental: $40 /season (Jan. - June; July - Dec.) *Work Hours: 9am- 12pm (hot season), 2pm-5pm (cold season) *Work Days: Sunday *Wishlist : Experienced gardeners
https://www.facebook.com/BlackshearCommunityGarden/?fref=nfCity of Austin Watershed8/16/2016: sent email
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Charlie Grant Garden at Dell Children's Medical Center4900 Mueller Blvd78723Lauren Brauer, 512-324-9999x86392, Cherelle Vanbrakle, 512-324-9999x86813lmbrauer@seton.orgIn the late fall of 2012, Grow Together met with the Dell Children’s Healthy Hospital Committee to discuss partnering to build a vegetable garden at DCMC. Grow Together offered a grant to DCMC and with leadership approval, the garden was planted April 2013.The garden is maintained by staff and volunteers, with the leadership of our Master Gardener, Ken Ming. Beneficiaries of the garden produce include gardeners, staff, Texas Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Childhood Obesity patients and families, and visitors. We also have Farmer’s Markets in conjunction with the hospital’s cafeteria where the produce is given away on a donation basis. We recently received support from the Charles Grant Foundation to expand the garden and create a more interactive, museum-like environment for patients and visitors to be able to use. We hope to begin this expansion in the first quarter of 2017.   NA.75 acreApril 13th 2013NA8am-12pmSaturdays (we set the date in advance and will send it out to volunteers)Volunteers that will help maintain the garden and/or a horticulturist to help design/implement education in garden.Chairs, tables, pavilion, 3-acre space with pond, electricity8/19/16
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Cherry Creek Community Garden5618 Bayton Loop78745Frankie Hefleyinfo@cherrycreekgarden.comIn 2010, FEMA gave a grant to the City of Austin to buy out a portion of a South Austin neighborhood with an extensive history of flooding. The houses in this section of the neighborhood were razed. The remaining neighbors worked in conjunction with the City of Austin to create the Cherry Creek Community Garden on a portion of this land in an effort to bring the South Austin community together. Working together, the neighborhood and City of Austin have begun to transform the area surrounding the garden into a wildflower and native species preserve. The City has created a mulched walking trail that winds along Williamson Creek and is orchestrating riparian efforts in that same space. Cherry Creek Community Garden's grand opening was in April 2015.244'x8,' 4'x12,' 4'x16'2015$10/season plus plot fee (size dependent)9am-11am in summer, 2pm-4pm in winter3rd Saturdays in summer, 3rd Sundays in winterShovels, hoes, orange oil, giftcards to local garden suppy/hardware storesOutdoor meeting space, 25' table made from salvaged wood from 2011 Bastrop fires available for reservationGarden Information: *Name: Cherry Creek Community Garden *Address: 5618 Bayton Loop, 78745 *Contact Person/Phone: Frankie Hefley, info@cherrycreekgarden.com *: *Website:https://cherrycreekgarden.com/ *# Plots: 24 *Plot Size: 4'x8,' 4'x12,' 4'x16' *Start Date: 2015 *Plot Rental: $10/season plus plot fee (size dependent) *Work Hours: 9am-11am in summer, 2pm-4pm in winter *Work Days: 3rd Saturdays in summer, 3rd Sundays in winter *Wishlist : Shovels, hoes, orange oil, giftcards to local garden suppy/hardware stores https://cherrycreekgarden.com/City of Austin Watershed8/22/16
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Clarksville Community Garden1705 Waterston St.78703coordinator.clarksvillegarden@gmail.comThe Clarksville Community Garden is an organic garden project of the Clarksville community and the Clarksville Community Development Corporation. It is located on a site leased by the CCDC from the Austin Parks Department. As part of the restoration and improvement of the Haskell House grounds, the Clarksville Community Garden was founded in the fall of 2004 as a cooperative effort of the City of Austin, American Youth Works, the Clarksville neighborhood association and residents. The garden was installed behind the historic house, on the same site where a neighborhood garden flourished decades ago. 234' x12' 2004$20/yr, required work hoursMorning2nd SaturdaysN/AOutdoor meeting spaceGarden Information: *Name: Clarksville Community Garden *Address: 1705 Waterston St., 78703 *Contact Person/Phone: , coordinator.clarksvillegarden@gmail.com *: *Website:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Clarksville-Community-Garden/154949917996287 *# Plots: 23 *Plot Size: 4' x12' *Start Date: 2004 *Plot Rental: $20/yr, required work hours *Work Hours: Morning *Work Days: 2nd Saturdays *Wishlist : N/A https://www.facebook.com/pages/Clarksville-Community-Garden/154949917996287City of Austin PARD8/22/16
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Conley-Guerrero Senior Garden808 Nile St.78702Carrolyn Vaterlaus, 512-978-2660Carrolyn Vaterlaus, Carrolyn.Vaterlaus@austintexas.govConley-Guerrero Sanctuary Garden is sponsored by St. David FOundationNANAMarch 2015NA9am-11amM-F (every other Tuesday maintenance workshop)small cover over garden bencheshttps://austintexas.gov/department/conley-guerrero-senior-activity-centerConley-Guerrero Senior Activity Center/City of Austin PARD8/24/16
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Cumberland Community Garden412 Cumberland Rd. 78704Sos Palomo (512) 669-8475, Mike Pecina (512) 994-9092

Sos Palomo, spalomo@trinityal.com, Mike Pecina, mpecina@trinityal.comWhether you’re an experienced gardener or have never gardened before Cumberland Community Garden is a place for you to grow healthy food for yourself and your family!164'x4'2012Free. One-time fee of $28 for wicking bed.Contact gardenContact gardenContact garden Outdoor meeting spaceGarden Information: *Name: Cumberland Community Garden *Address: 412 Cumberland Rd. , 78704 *Contact Person/Phone: Sos Palomo (512) 669-8475, Mike Pecina (512) 994-9092

, Sos Palomo, spalomo@trinityal.com, Mike Pecina, mpecina@trinityal.com *: *Website:http://www.trinityal.com/cumberland_community_garden_13.html *# Plots: 16 *Plot Size: 4'x4' *Start Date: 2012 *Plot Rental: Free. One-time fee of $28 for wicking bed. *Work Hours: Contact garden *Work Days: Contact garden *Wishlist : Contact garden
http://www.trinityal.com/cumberland_community_garden_13.htmlPrivate8/23/16
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Deep Eddy Community Garden300 1/2 Atlanta St.78703Mark Thomasson; Phillip WileyMark Thomasson, markthomasson@live.com, Phillip Wiley, philip9wiley@gmail.com Deep Eddy Community Garden is located near Deep Eddy Pool along the Ladybird Lake Hike and Bike Trail. Deep Eddy Community Garden is under the jurisdiction of the Austin Nature and Science Center. The garden has a central location and wonderful river bottom sandy loam soil. The Garden has been an active organic community garden for more than 30 years and some of the gardeners have been actively gardening at Deep Eddy since it was started.3420'x20'1983$100/yearContact gardenContact gardenContact garden Outdoor meeting space with shade structureGarden Information: *Name: Deep Eddy Community Garden *Address: 300 1/2 Atlanta St., 78703 *Contact Person/Phone: Mark Thomasson; Phillip Wiley, Mark Thomasson, markthomasson@live.com, Phillip Wiley, philip9wiley@gmail.com *: *Website:https://communitygarden.org/find-a-garden/gardens/deep-eddy-community-gardens/ *# Plots: 34 *Plot Size: 20'x20' *Start Date: 1983 *Plot Rental: $100/year *Work Hours: Contact garden *Work Days: Contact garden *Wishlist : Contact garden https://communitygarden.org/find-a-garden/gardens/deep-eddy-community-gardens/City of Austin PARD8/22/2016: sent email to Flo Rice, she forwarded email to Mark and Philip, the current garden coordinators
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Deep Roots Garden of Whole Foods Market717 Henderson St.78703Dan ScheibDan Scheib, dscheib@gmail.comThe Deep Roots Garden is a Community Garden project of Whole Foods Market it is located on the banks of Shoal Creek on the Shoal Creek Hike & Bike Trail. The This once vacant lot is now home to a beautiful and flourishing herb & food garden where neighborhood residents and non-profit partners work side-by-side. Made possible by Whole Kids Foundation, Deep Roots garden provides a convenient downtown Austin location where volunteers can own a garden plot and grow interesting food and other flora. The garden even has wifi! The excess harvest is donated to Austin hunger assistance programs.204' x 8'2014$50/year (donation to Whole Kids Foundation)Contact gardenContact gardenElectricity connectionBench table seating for 25, public wi-fi available in late June 2014Garden Information: *Name: Deep Roots Garden of Whole Foods Market *Address: 717 Henderson St., 78703 *Contact Person/Phone: Dan Scheib, Dan Scheib, dscheib@gmail.com *: *Website:https://www.facebook.com/WFMDeepRoots/timeline?ref=page_internal *# Plots: 20 *Plot Size: 4' x 8' *Start Date: 2014 *Plot Rental: $50/year (donation to Whole Kids Foundation) *Work Hours: Contact garden *Work Days: Contact garden *Wishlist : Electricity connection https://www.facebook.com/WFMDeepRoots/timeline?ref=page_internalPrivate8/22/16
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Dottie Jordan Recreation Center Senior Garden2803 Loyola Ln.78723John Harros (512) 926-3491John Harros, john.harros@austintexas.govThe Dottie Jordan Recreation Center Senior Community Garden was founded in the Fall of 2014 as the sixth Senior Comunity Garden opened by Austin Parks and Recreation.84'x2'2014Free1st Mondays 6pm-8pm, 3rd Saturdays 9am-10am1st Mondays 6pm-8pm, 3rd Saturdays 9am-10amContact garden Outdoor meeting space, recreation center also availableGarden Information: *Name: Dottie Jordan Recreation Center Senior Garden *Address: 2803 Loyola Ln., 78723 *Contact Person/Phone: John Harros (512) 926-3491, John Harros, john.harros@austintexas.gov *: *Website:http://www.austintexas.gov/department/dottie-jordan-recreation-center *# Plots: 8 *Plot Size: 4'x2' *Start Date: 2014 *Plot Rental: Free *Work Hours: 1st Mondays 6pm-8pm, 3rd Saturdays 9am-10am *Work Days: 1st Mondays 6pm-8pm, 3rd Saturdays 9am-10am *Wishlist : Contact garden http://www.austintexas.gov/department/dottie-jordan-recreation-centerCity of Austin PARD8/22/2016: sent email
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El Buen Samaritano Community Garden7000 Woodhue Dr78745Rosa Carroll, 512-439-0733rcarroll@elbuen.orgEl Buen Samaritano is an outreach ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas committed to helping Latino and other families in Central Texas lead healthy, productive and secure lives through high-quality and affordable healthcare, education and financial security services. El Buen Samaritano Community Garden was started in 2012 and has 30 plots available to community members to rent per season.
308x4 and 4x42012$20 per season for 8x4, $10 per season for 4x4, Seasons Mar-Aug and Sep-Feb8-11am3rd Saturdays and 2nd and 4th Fridays of each monthSoil, hand tools, glovesN/A8/17/16
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Emerald Wood Community Garden611 Emerald Wood Dr.78745Kate Mason-Murphy, (512) 351-5576Kate Mason-Murphy, katemasonmurphy@me.comEmerald Wood Community Garden was started in the Fall 2014 on a City of Austin-owned greenbelt area adjacent to Williamson Creek.144'x8' raised beds with ollas2014$40/yrPosted on www.facebook.com/EmeraldWoodCG/Posted on www.facebook.com/EmeraldWoodCG/Funds for a 10'x12' covered pavilion with gutters for rainwater collectionOutdoor meeting space, 2 picnic tablesGarden Information: *Name: Emerald Wood Community Garden *Address: 611 Emerald Wood Dr., 78745 *Contact Person/Phone: Kate Mason-Murphy, (512) 351-5576, Kate Mason-Murphy, katemasonmurphy@me.com *: *Website:https://www.facebook.com/EmeraldWoodCG/ *# Plots: 14 *Plot Size: 4'x8' raised beds with ollas *Start Date: 2014 *Plot Rental: $40/yr *Work Hours: Posted on www.facebook.com/EmeraldWoodCG/ *Work Days: Posted on www.facebook.com/EmeraldWoodCG/ *Wishlist : Funds for a 10'x12' covered pavilion with gutters for rainwater collection https://www.facebook.com/EmeraldWoodCG/City of Austin PARD8/23/16
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Faith Church Community Garden1314 East Oltorf St.78704Faith Church Office, (512) 444-1314Lynn League, lleague67@gmail.com, faithchurchaustin@gmail.comIn 2010, a group of Faith Church members interested in organic gardening converted a portion of the church grounds into a Community Garden with 12 plots defined by cinder blocks. Individuals from the church and area neighborhoods tend their own plots using organic gardening and water conservation practices. They are encouraged to contribute a portion of the garden yield to the Faith Food Pantry.128' x 12,' 6' x 8'2010$3-5/monthContact gardenContact gardenDrip systemOutdoor meeting space and covered meeting spaceGarden Information: *Name: Faith Church Community Garden *Address: 1314 East Oltorf St., 78704 *Contact Person/Phone: Faith Church Office, (512) 444-1314, Lynn League, lleague67@gmail.com, faithchurchaustin@gmail.com *: *Website:http://faithpresaustin.org/ministries/internal-ministries/faith-community-garden *# Plots: 12 *Plot Size: 8' x 12,' 6' x 8' *Start Date: 2010 *Plot Rental: $3-5/month *Work Hours: Contact garden *Work Days: Contact garden *Wishlist : Drip system http://faithpresaustin.org/ministries/internal-ministries/faith-community-gardenPrivate8/23/16
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Festival Beach Community Garden35 Waller St.78702(512) 508-8320info@festivalbeachgarden.orgThe Festival Beach Community Garden is 2-acres of property at the corner of Waller and Clermont Streets in East Austin, divided into affordable garden plots and community spaces. Since opening in April 2010, our garden has grown to include more than 80 gardeners growing a variety of fruits, vegetables, flowers and plants. The site provides communal tools, irrigation and a space for educational and community events. Our planning committees are volunteer-driven, made up of gardeners and community members.8010'x20'2010$30/yearContact gardenContact gardenContact garden Outdoor meeting spaceGarden Information: *Name: Festival Beach Community Garden *Address: 35 Waller St., 78702 *Contact Person/Phone: (512) 508-8320, info@festivalbeachgarden.org *: *Website:https://festivalbeachgarden.org/ *# Plots: 80 *Plot Size: 10'x20' *Start Date: 2010 *Plot Rental: $30/year *Work Hours: Contact garden *Work Days: Contact garden *Wishlist : Contact garden https://festivalbeachgarden.org/City of Austin PARD8/22/2016: sent email
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Garden of Blessings at Eastside Baptist Church 2400 Northeast Dr.78723Robbie RingerRobbie Ringer, Robbierb1007@sbcglobal.netGarden of Blessings at Eastside Baptist Church was established to feed the congregation and any guests of the church. A meal is prepared on Wednesday evenings before the weekly Bible study. Vegetables and Fruit from the garden are used in the meal. Any excess harvest is given away to participants. The garden was established in the Spring of 2011. 2 (large communal)38' X 70' and 15' X 20'2011Free9am- 1pmTuesday, FridayContact garden Outdoor meeting space, indoor space available in the churchGarden Information: *Name: Garden of Blessings at Eastside Baptist Church *Address: 2400 Northeast Dr., 78723 *Contact Person/Phone: Robbie Ringer, Robbie Ringer, Robbierb1007@sbcglobal.net *: *Website:https://www.facebook.com/East-Side-Baptist-Church-300853686664166/ *# Plots: 2 (large communal) *Plot Size: 38' X 70' and 15' X 20' *Start Date: 2011 *Plot Rental: Free *Work Hours: 9am- 1pm *Work Days: Tuesday, Friday *Wishlist : Contact garden https://www.facebook.com/East-Side-Baptist-Church-300853686664166/Private8/22/2016: sent email
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Gus Garcia Recreation Center Community and Senior Gardens1201 E Rundberg Ln.78753(512) 339-0016The Gus Garcia Recreation Center Community and Senior Gardens is a community garden based at the Gus Garcia Recreation Center in North East Austin. Garden plots are available for lease to persons living in the surrounding community. Access to the Seniors' Garden area is granted to members of the Seniors Group at the center.305'x16'2013$50/yearContact gardenContact gardenContact garden Outdoor meeting space, recreation center also availableGarden Information: *Name: Gus Garcia Recreation Center Community and Senior Gardens *Address: 1201 E Rundberg Ln., 78753 *Contact Person/Phone: (512) 339-0016, *: *Website:https://www.facebook.com/Gardens.at.GusGarcia *# Plots: 30 *Plot Size: 5'x16' *Start Date: 2013 *Plot Rental: $50/year *Work Hours: Contact garden *Work Days: Contact garden *Wishlist : Contact garden https://www.facebook.com/Gardens.at.GusGarciaCity of Austin PARD8/22/2016: sent message to active facebook page
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Good Soil Community Garden1190 Chicon St.78702Good Soil Community Garden is a small Community Garden in East Austin. The Garden is funded by Mission Possible Austin, a non-profit in East Austin serving homeless and underserved residents in the area.1210'x10' and 20'x10'2000FreeContact gardenSaturdays and Sundays.Tool shedOutdoor meeting spaceGarden Information: *Name: Good Soil Community Garden *Address: 1190 Chicon St., 78702 *Contact Person/Phone: , *: *Website:http://www.mpaustin.org/ *# Plots: 12 *Plot Size: 10'x10' and 20'x10' *Start Date: 2000 *Plot Rental: Free *Work Hours: Contact garden *Work Days: Saturdays and Sundays. *Wishlist : Tool shed http://www.mpaustin.org/Private8/22/2016: sent email, Brad no longer the contact person and doesn't know who is; sent email in online form to Mission Possible
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Greater Mount Zion Church Community Garden1801 Pennsylvania Ave.78702Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham, jennifer@rawBella.comCommunalCommunal2010FreeContact gardenContact gardenContact garden Outdoor meeting spaceGarden Information: *Name: Greater Mount Zion Church Community Garden *Address: 1801 Pennsylvania Ave., 78702 *Contact Person/Phone: Jennifer Graham
, Jennifer Graham, jennifer@rawBella.com *: *Website:http://www.gmzaustin.org/ *# Plots: Communal *Plot Size: Communal *Start Date: 2010 *Plot Rental: Free *Work Hours: Contact garden *Work Days: Contact garden *Wishlist : Contact garden
http://www.gmzaustin.org/private8/16/2016: sent email
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Grow Together Community Garden at Gateway Church7104 McNeil Dr.78729(816) 835-9839
Michael McKee, mpmckee.mckee@gmail.com, Bob Easter, Growtogether@GatewayChurch.comThe Grow Together Community Garden at Gateway Church is a community of friends who serve God and others by harvesting for the Feed the Community food pantry. Members of this Community Garden learn the secrets of growing organic vegetables, help tend the garden, harvest and get back to the basics. God provides for the basic needs of his people through food, empowerment and community.TBDOne plot for allMarch 19th, 2011TBA after Resource Audit meeting February 13th @ Gateway ChurchTBDTBDFebruary 13th we will have or first meeting. This meeting will be a building block for our planning and implementation of the garden. We will be on the Spread the Harvest program and a portion of our crop will go to our food pantry. The main wish is having this web garden space to direct volunteers to after our Feb. 13th meeting to post our volunteer opportunities for working in the garden and posting our wish lists.Garden Information: *Name: Grow Together Community Garden at Gateway Church *Address: 7104 McNeil Dr., 78729 *Contact Person/Phone: (816) 835-9839
, Michael McKee, mpmckee.mckee@gmail.com, Bob Easter, Growtogether@GatewayChurch.com *: *Website: *# Plots: TBD *Plot Size: One plot for all *Start Date: March 19th, 2011 *Plot Rental: TBA after Resource Audit meeting February 13th @ Gateway Church *Work Hours: TBD *Work Days: TBD *Wishlist : February 13th we will have or first meeting. This meeting will be a building block for our planning and implementation of the garden. We will be on the Spread the Harvest program and a portion of our crop will go to our food pantry. The main wish is having this web garden space to direct volunteers to after our Feb. 13th meeting to post our volunteer opportunities for working in the garden and posting our wish lists.
private8/16/2016: sent email; mckeemckee bounced back
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Homewood Heights Community Garden2606 Sol Wilson78702Greg Hammond, (512) 658-7518Greg Hammond, ghammond23@yahoo.comHomewood Heights Community Garden was founded on the idea of changing a neglected, barren, trash-filled East Austin lot. The garden has been transformed through many hours of "neighbor-labor" and has become a garden that feeds our community as well as a place to put food on our tables.74' x 40'August 2008No formal fee. Participants share cost of water bill and other expenses.First Saturday of every month. 12-5, followed by a barbeque.Garden Information: *Name: Homewood Heights Community Garden *Address: 2606 Sol Wilson, 78702 *Contact Person/Phone: Greg Hammond, (512) 658-7518, Greg Hammond, ghammond23@yahoo.com *: *Website:http://homewoodheightsgarden.blogspot.com/ *# Plots: 7 *Plot Size: 4' x 40' *Start Date: August 2008 *Plot Rental: No formal fee. Participants share cost of water bill and other expenses. *Work Hours: *Work Days: First Saturday of every month. 12-5, followed by a barbeque. *Wishlist : http://homewoodheightsgarden.blogspot.com/City of Austin Public Works8/16/2016: sent email
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Huston-Tillotson University Green is the New Black Garden900 Chicon St78702Amanda Masino, 206-579-1693ammasino@htu.eduHT's Green is the New Black campus food garden was started in Fall 2013 to re-introduce organic gardening to our historically black campus. In its short history, the garden has been relocated and then expanded (from 2 raised beds to 6) and been enhanced by the addition of a small compost system. Plans for expansion are ongoing. The garden has benefited greatly from SFC's Intro to Organic Gardening class taught on site and campus volunteering events like the MLK Jr. Day Spread the Service Campaign. The garden is used for a combination of teaching and food production.
64x4November 2013For HT student organizationsas needed, please contactas needed, please contactSupplies and assistance with planned expansion, to include additional raised beds, terracing, trellises.Garden tools, wheelbarrows, gloves, indoor classrooms, restrooms, electricity, outdoor chairs, outdoor tables, and water coolers all available for classes.8/17/16
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Hyde Park Community Garden610 E. 45th St.78751Molly Costigancommunitygardenhydepark@gmail.comHyde Park Community Garden was built on the back grounds of Hyde Park Christian Church in 2008 on it 100th anniversary. Hyde Park Community Gaden is open to anyone looking for a place to grow organic food and flowers. “Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.” - Henry David Thoreau244' x 8'2008$40 annuallyno required hoursscheduled as neededTool shed, access to water, two beds dedicated for shared use and experiments, five-bay composting system supported by drop-offs from East Side Compost Pedallers, option to access indoor meeting space at the church with advance noticeGarden Information: *Name: Hyde Park Community Garden *Address: 610 E. 45th St., 78751 *Contact Person/Phone: Molly Costigan, communitygardenhydepark@gmail.com *: *Website: *# Plots: 24 *Plot Size: 4' x 8' *Start Date: 2008 *Plot Rental: $40 annually *Work Hours: no required hours *Work Days: scheduled as needed *Wishlist : private8/24/16
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Kenny Dorham's Backyard Community Garden1106 E. 11th St.78702Harold MacMillan, Kesten BroughtonNamed for the legendary jazz trumpeter and East Austinite, Kenny Dorham’s Backyard is DiverseArts’ music venue is a 2 acre lot located in the heart of Austin's East End. This music venu is evolving into a community garden.64x4 to 10 x 202012$10 per square footmost of themanymore dirt, more beds, water-line, organizational helptools, experienced gardeners, porta-pottiesGarden Information: *Name: Kenny Dorham's Backyard Community Garden *Address: 1106 E. 11th St., 78702 *Contact Person/Phone: Harold MacMillan, Kesten Broughton, *: *# Plots: 6 *Plot Size: 4x4 to 10 x 20 *Start Date: 2012 *Plot Rental: $10 per square foot *Work Hours: most of them *Work Days: any *Number of available plots: 2 *Number of people on waiting list: 0 *Wishlist : more dirt, more beds, water-line, organizational help City of Austin8/16/2016: sent email
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Labyrinth Community Garden at St. Johns Episcopal Church11201 Parkfield Dr.78758Hal HughesHal Hughes, hhughesjr@austin.rr.comLabyrinth Community Garden at St. John's Episcopal Church was started in the Fall 2014. In 2015 the Garden was the reciient of a Scotts Miracle-Gro 2015 GRO1000 Grassroots Grant. The Garden is open to the public and located adjacent to a meditation labyrinth.TBDTBD2014TBDIndoor meeting space and restrooms at St. John's Episcopal ChurchGarden Information: *Name: Labyrinth Community Garden at St. Johns Episcopal Church *Address: 11201 Parkfield Dr., 78758 *Contact Person/Phone: Hal Hughes, Hal Hughes, hhughesjr@austin.rr.com *: *Website: *# Plots: TBD *Plot Size: TBD *Start Date: 2014 *Plot Rental: TBD *Work Hours: *Work Days: *Wishlist : private8/16/2016: sent email
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Manchaca United Methodist Church Community Garden1011 FM 1626
78652Bill Palecek, (512) 280-1369Bill Palecek, garden@manchacaumc.orgThe Church Community Garden at Manchaca United Methodist is part of the Church's Eco-Faith Outreach Program designed to educate adults and children about environmental stewardship. The Garden was founded in the Summer of 2010.10-12half plot 3x 12’, full plot 3x25’founded summer 201020.00 membership fee per yr, 20.00 per full plot/ per season (spring 18 weeks/fall 18 weeks). Water provided. Other expenses shared at will. Donations welcome, mulch , compost availableM-F 3pm-Dusk, Sat and Sun Dawn-Dusk1st Saturdays 10am-11:30amcompost, fencing material, water collection tanks, guttering, tools, good quality dirt, border materials( large limestone rock, untreated wood)Garden Information: *Name: Manchaca United Methodist Church Community Garden *Address: 1011 FM 1626
, 78652 *Contact Person/Phone: Bill Palecek, (512) 280-1369, Bill Palecek, garden@manchacaumc.org *: *Website:http://www.manchacaumc.org/community-garden *# Plots: 42655 *Plot Size: half plot 3x 12’, full plot 3x25’ *Start Date: founded summer 2010 *Plot Rental: 20.00 membership fee per yr, 20.00 per full plot/ per season (spring 18 weeks/fall 18 weeks). Water provided. Other expenses shared at will. Donations welcome, mulch , compost available *Work Hours: M-F 3pm-Dusk, Sat and Sun Dawn-Dusk *Work Days: 1st Saturdays 10am-11:30am *Wishlist : compost, fencing material, water collection tanks, guttering, tools, good quality dirt, border materials( large limestone rock, untreated wood)
http://www.manchacaumc.org/community-gardenprivate8/16/2016 sent email; updated a little from form response
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Milburn Community Garden1901 Sun Chase Blvd.78613Helene Vachon, (512) 401-5500 Helene Vachon, helene.vachon@cedarparktexas.govMilburn Community Garden was the first organic community garden in Cedar Park. The garden was founded in 2000 within Elizabeth Milburn Park.3310'x10', 10'x20', and
handicapped accessible 2.5' x 24'
2000Fee is $20/yr for residents for 10'x10', and $40/yr for non-residents. For the 10'x20', $40 for residents, and $80 for non-residents.  For the 2.5' x 24':  $12 for resident and $24 for non-residents.

From dawn to 10pm  AnytimeRain water harvesting
system; tools, shade, picnic table
Indoor space available with
restrooms and electricity and furniture. Honeybee hive.
Garden Information: *Name: Milburn Community Garden *Address: 1901 Sun Chase Blvd., 78613 *Contact Person/Phone: Helene Vachon, (512) 401-5500 , Helene Vachon, helene.vachon@cedarparktexas.gov *: *Website:cedarparkparks.com *# Plots: 33 *Plot Size: 10'x10', 10'x20', and
handicapped accessible 2.5' x 24' *Start Date: 2000 *Plot Rental: Fee is $20/yr for residents for 10'x10', and $40/yr for non-residents. For the 10'x20', $40 for residents, and $80 for non-residents.  For the 2.5' x 24':  $12 for resident and $24 for non-residents.

*Work Hours: From dawn to 10pm  *Work Days: Anytime *Wishlist : Rain water harvesting
system; tools, shade, picnic table
cedarparkparks.comGovernment8/23/16
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Montopolis Community Garden1417 Montopolis Dr. 78741Yvonne Martinez, (512) 972-6847Yvonne Martinez, yvonne.martinez@austintexas.govThe Montopolis Community Garden is located at a WIC Center. It was revitalized in August 2008 as part of a project funded by the Austin Parks Foundation. The garden’s focus is for teaching WIC participants how to garden and offers a class to participants. The harvest is shared with WIC participants. The garden also serves as a community garden for residents living nearby.12 plots, with 3 designated for WIC garden class. All 12 garden plots are 4'x4' 2008No charge. Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:00, Friday 8:00-12:00 (basically when WIC clinic is open) Group workdays typically scheduled on Saturday mornings. Contact 972-6847 for current schedule. Picnic table outside. Garden Information: *Name: Montopolis Community Garden *Address: 1417 Montopolis Dr. , 78741 *Contact Person/Phone: Yvonne Martinez, (512) 972-6847, Yvonne Martinez, yvonne.martinez@austintexas.gov *: *Website: *# Plots: 12 plots, with 3 designated for WIC garden class. *Plot Size: All 12 garden plots are 4'x4' *Start Date: 2008 *Plot Rental: No charge. *Work Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:00, Friday 8:00-12:00 (basically when WIC clinic is open) *Work Days: Group workdays typically scheduled on Saturday mornings. Contact 972-6847 for current schedule. *Wishlist : City of Austin HHSD8/16/2016: sent email
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Mueller Community Garden2708 Sorin St. 78723Mueller Community Gardens Committee; Development Property Manager: Jennifer Harveycommunitygardens@muelleraustinonline.com; Jennifer.Harvey@associa.usMueller’s community garden is a program of the Mueller Community Associations and is located on the grounds of the John Gaines Park owned by Mueller Master Community Association and managed by the Gardens Committee of the association. The community garden is an organics-only garden open to both Mueller Residents and Mueller neighbors from throughout the city. Mueller's community garden is located in John Gaines Park, on Vaughn between Sorin and Moreno, featuring 132 plots sized four (4) feet by (8) feet. Sixteen of those plots are accessible raised beds. The community garden includes compost and mulch areas; a tool shed and shaded work area. It officially opened in the fall of 2015.132 total, 16 ADA acessible raised beds4'x8'2015$50 per year or $30 per season (Feb-July, Aug-Jan); initial $30 refundable deposit (cleanup fee) 5am-10pm M-Su5am-10pm M-Sutwo compost areas, a work shed, and a shaded work area with picnic tables; located in the middle of John Gaines Parkhttp://www.muelleraustinonline.com/requestmanager.php?view=usersubmit&cat=1Mueller Master Community Association8/23/16
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New Day Community Garden2215 E.M. Franklin78702Tatiana Antonio Tierney, (512) 841-4032 Tatiana Antonio Tierney, tatiana.antonio6@gmail.com
New Day Community Garden is a place where people of many different backgrounds join together with the common goal of growing food. The New Day Community Garden goal is to promote healthy food for families, especiall low income, and youth. This garden is a space where the neighborhood will build community, beautify the area and promote sustainable living. The Garden is located in East Austin between the JJ Seabrook neighborhood and the Mueller neighborhood. 21202011NA2 hours per month1st Saturdays of the monthNAGarden Information: *Name: New Day Community Garden *Address: 2215 E.M. Franklin, 78702 *Contact Person/Phone: Tatiana Antonio Tierney, (512) 841-4032 , Tatiana Antonio Tierney, tatiana.antonio6@gmail.com
*: *Website:www.newdaycommunitygarden.org *# Plots: 21 *Plot Size: 20 *Start Date: 2011 *Plot Rental: NA *Work Hours: 2 hours per month *Work Days: 1st Saturdays of the month *Wishlist : NA
www.newdaycommunitygarden.orgprivate8/16/2016: sent email
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North Austin Community Garden1000 W. Rundberg Ln. 78758Robin Nelson, (512) 973-9622Robin Nelson, Robin.nelson@austinymca.orgIn 2012, the City of Austin Art in Public Places Program commissioned local artists Lucy Begg and Robert Gay of Thoughtbarn to design and implement a community garden at the new City of Austin/YMCA North Austin Community Recreation Center. During the course of the project, the artists have worked extensively with the local community, through workshops and public events, to develop the design of the garden. They also established the Garden Leadership Group, now led by community volunteers, to develop a governing structure, membership rules and fees. The garden officially opened for planting on March 29, 2014. In the summer of 2016, the garden began expansion to double the number of garden plots.8 individual and community member plots; 30 individual member plots; 10 ADA accessible plots; 4 demo plots7 individual/community plots are 4'x20' , 30 individual plots 4'x10', 10 ADA accessible plots 3'x10', demo plots various sizes20144’x20’ individual plot: $90.00 per year, 4’x10’ individual plot: $50.00 per year, 3’x10’ ADA accessible plot: $37.50 per year, 3’x10’ ADA accessible plot: $20 per season5am-10pm M-SuVariesteaching plots, little free library, compost area, tool sheds, orchardshttp://www.austinymca.org/north-austin-community-gardenCOA/YMCA North Austin Community Recreation Center8/23/16
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Oak Hill Community Garden6907 Convict Hill Rd.78749Rob SatterfieldRob Satterfield, rob.satterfield@fbcoakhill.orgFirst and only community garden in Oak Hill.Garden Information: *Name: Oak Hill Community Garden *Address: 6907 Convict Hill Rd., 78749 *Contact Person/Phone: Rob Satterfield, Rob Satterfield, rob.satterfield@fbcoakhill.org *: *Website: *# Plots: *Plot Size: *Start Date: *Plot Rental: *Work Hours: *Work Days: *Wishlist : private8/16/2016: sent email
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Pan American Recreation Center Senior Garden2100 East 3rd St.
78702(512) 476-9193Garden Information: *Name: Pan American Recreation Center Senior Garden *Address: 2100 East 3rd St.
, 78702 *Contact Person/Phone: (512) 476-9193, *: *Website: *# Plots: *Plot Size: *Start Date: *Plot Rental: *Work Hours: *Work Days: *Wishlist :
CIty of Austin PARD 8/16/2016: sent message in online form to Program Specialists
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Parker Lane Community Garden2105 Parker Ln.78741Bill Carter, 512-203-9844 Bill Carter, bbillccarter@netscape.netBegan at Parker Lane United Methodist Church (PLUMC) as a typical community garden in 2009 with 10 plots (3 feet by 10 feet) gardened by families and individuals from the church and surrounding neighborhood, and an adjacent common garden managed by a coordinator with assistance from volunteers (15 feet by 40 feet). Gradually expanded year by year. Participation in plots declined in 2010 and 2011; by 2012, the entire garden space (approximately 50 feet by 80 feet) was managed by the resident garden coordinator with volunteer help primarily on weekend work days. Produce was shared by the manager and volunteers, but most of it was shared with the congregation following worship services, in PLUMC charitable programs, and through other charitable food pantries in the area. In 2014, members of the Austin Matu Community, a faith community of Burmese refugee families which was becoming part of the Parker Lane United Methodist Church, expanded the garden and managed the new area (approx. 20 feet by 80 feet) as a traditional collective farm growing their traditional crops in raised beds and involving the work of at least 50 members of the community. By 2016 the Austin Matu Community was managing the total garden space (approx. 80 feet by 80 feet plus small peripheral plots). Their skilled and diligent gardening was significantly more productive than the previous efforts. The produce is shared by the Matu Community and with the larger PLUMC community and its programs.One commonly gardened space -- several long raised beds in one large garden, and a few small island beds on the peripheryVaried2009NAVariableVariableNANAGarden Information: *Name: Parker Lane Community Garden *Address: 2105 Parker Ln., 78741 *Contact Person/Phone: Bill Carter, 512-203-9844 , Bill Carter, bbillccarter@netscape.net *: *Website: *# Plots: One commonly gardened space -- several long raised beds in one large garden, and a few small island beds on the periphery *Plot Size: Varied *Start Date: 2009 *Plot Rental: NA *Work Hours: Variable *Work Days: Variable *Wishlist : NA private8/19/16"If there is interest in visiting the garden or learning the Matu Community's methods/practices, I would be glad to help arrange visits. The members of the community still have limited proficiency in English." - Bill Carter
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Patterson Park Community Garden4200 Brookview Rd.78722Mark Smolen, 512-913-9868Mark Smolen, smolen@sbcglobal.netPatterson Park Community Garden broke ground in May 2016, and member plots began to be installed in fall of 2016.624'x20' and 8.5'x11'Fall 2016$25/yr, one-time tool fee of $202 hrs/moAs needed, but no less than once a quarterRain barrels, raised bed materials, garden hoes, pitchforksNAGarden Information: *Name: Patterson Park Community Garden *Address: 4200 Brookview Rd., 78722 *Contact Person/Phone: Mark Smolen, 512-913-9868, Mark Smolen, smolen@sbcglobal.net *: *Website:https://sites.google.com/site/pattersonparkcommunitygarden/home *# Plots: 62 *Plot Size: 4'x20' and 8.5'x11' *Start Date: Fall 2016 *Plot Rental: $25/yr, one-time tool fee of $20 *Work Hours: 2 hrs/mo *Work Days: As needed, but no less than once a quarter *Wishlist : Rain barrels, raised bed materials, garden hoes, pitchforks https://sites.google.com/site/pattersonparkcommunitygarden/homeCIty of Austin PARD8/24/16
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PEAS School and Community Farm and Urban Orchard2200 Berkeley Ave.78745Lauren Maples (512) 203-3597
peascommunity@gmail.comPEAS School and Community Farm (Garden) is a joint partnership between Cunningham Elementary and PEAS-Partners for Education Agriculture and Sustainability. Membership is open to the entire community. A sliding scale of $10-$50 per year is requested for those who want to share in the harvest, but volunteers are always welcome. The land is farmed communally with all members working cooperatively to grow the crops, so we still have plenty of room for more members.Rows managed communally, everyone shares produce 2,400 square feet growing space.2011A sliding scale of $10-$50 is requested for those who want to share in the harvest, but volunteers are always welcome! The land is farmed communally with all members working cooperatively to grow the crops, so we still have plenty of room for more members! check the Facebook page for updates.Can be found at www.peasfarm.weebly.com Can be found at www.peasfarm.weebly.com Tools of all kinds, someone to come pull weeds, picnic tablesShade structure, offer cooking lessons, pre-k parent or caregiver and child gardening, chairs, tablesGarden Information: *Name: PEAS School and Community Farm and Urban Orchard *Address: 2200 Berkeley Ave., 78745 *Contact Person/Phone: Lauren Maples (512) 203-3597
, peascommunity@gmail.com *: *Website:http://peasfarm.weebly.com/about.html *# Plots: Rows managed communally, everyone shares produce *Plot Size: 2,400 square feet growing space. *Start Date: 2011 *Plot Rental: A sliding scale of $10-$50 is requested for those who want to share in the harvest, but volunteers are always welcome! The land is farmed communally with all members working cooperatively to grow the crops, so we still have plenty of room for more members! check the Facebook page for updates. *Work Hours: Can be found at www.peasfarm.weebly.com *Work Days: Can be found at www.peasfarm.weebly.com *Wishlist : Tools of all kinds, someone to come pull weeds, picnic tables
http://peasfarm.weebly.com/about.htmlAISD and City of Austin8/23/16
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Reagan High School Community Garden7104 Berkman Dr.78752Renee Lakerlake12@austin.rr.comReagan High School Community Garden was built during a United Way Hands on Central Texas volunteer workday on April 25th, 2009. The garden serves residents of the St. John's community along with Reagan High School faculty, staff and students. 142009$10/yr for 4'x8', $20/yr for 4'x20'Not yet established.Not yet established.Tools of all kinds, tool shed, hoses.Garden Information: *Name: Reagan High School Community Garden *Address: 7104 Berkman Dr., 78752 *Contact Person/Phone: Renee Lake, rlake12@austin.rr.com *: *Website:https://sites.google.com/site/reagancommunitygarden/ *# Plots: 14 *Plot Size: *Start Date: 2009 *Plot Rental: $10/yr for 4'x8', $20/yr for 4'x20' *Work Hours: Not yet established. *Work Days: Not yet established. *Wishlist : Tools of all kinds, tool shed, hoses. https://sites.google.com/site/reagancommunitygarden/AISD8/23/2016: Sent email to email listed on google doc database; Meredith no longer involved with garden; sent email to email on website, rlake12@austin.rr.com
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Rehoboth Baptist Church Garden5303 Samual Huston78714Angela Bigham, 512-554-9086abigham1@hotmail.comThe Rehoboth Baptist Church Garden was started in May of 2013. It is tended communally by church members and produces fresh veggies and herbs that are distributed to community members by door-to-door volunteers as well as "Taste the Garden" events at the church.4May 2013NAVariableVariablecompost, seedlings, drip irrigationrestrooms and space in church available during business hours to church/community membersRehoboth Baptist Church Garden8/24/16Designate as private access;
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Rollingwood Community Garden403 Nixon Dr.78746Veronica Koltuniak, (512) 771-3725Veronica Koltuniak, veronicakoltuniak@gmail.com
Rollingwood Community Garden was founded in March 2011 by neighbors who wanted to connect to their community and the soil.7 plots all tended and shared as a community4'x12'March 2011sweat equitySaturdays 10am-12pm
Wednesdays 4:30pm-5:30pm
(Weather permitting) Pleae contact Veronica Koltuniak directly to confirm volunteer days.
See work hours.Garden Information: *Name: Rollingwood Community Garden *Address: 403 Nixon Dr., 78746 *Contact Person/Phone: Veronica Koltuniak, (512) 771-3725, Veronica Koltuniak, veronicakoltuniak@gmail.com
*: *Website: *# Plots: 7 plots all tended and shared as a community *Plot Size: 4'x12' *Start Date: March 2011 *Plot Rental: sweat equity *Work Hours: Saturdays 10am-12pm
Wednesdays 4:30pm-5:30pm
(Weather permitting) Pleae contact Veronica Koltuniak directly to confirm volunteer days. *Work Days: See work hours. *Wishlist :
private8/23/2016: sent email
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Scenic Brook Community Garden 7300 Oak Meadow 78736Amy Jackson, (713) 825-7978amypjackson@gmail.comThe Scenic Brook Community Garden is a kid- friendly garden located on fenced-in Scenic Brook Neighborhood Association land which also houses a community pool and playground. 15 plots (all available, no waitlist). Areas for collective gardening, a children's bed and a small pole tepee for pole climbing plants.6' x 7'2011$30/yr if member of Scenic Brook Neighborhood Association. $60 to join SBNA if non- member plus garden membership.variesvariesKid-sized gardening tools, long-handle shovels and rakes.mulch to make pathways between beds, weed/grass barrier cloth to kill grass between existing beds, wheelbarrow.Picnic tables, electricity available, restroom, grill, playground. Garden Information: *Name: Scenic Brook Community Garden *Address: 7300 Oak Meadow , 78736 *Contact Person/Phone: Amy Jackson, (713) 825-7978, amypjackson@gmail.com *: *Website: *# Plots: 15 plots (all available, no waitlist). Areas for collective gardening, a children's bed and a small pole tepee for pole climbing plants. *Plot Size: 6' x 7' *Start Date: 2011 *Plot Rental: $30/yr if member of Scenic Brook Neighborhood Association. $60 to join SBNA if non- member plus garden membership. *Work Hours: varies *Work Days: varies *Wishlist : Kid-sized gardening tools, long-handle shovels and rakes.mulch to make pathways between beds, weed/grass barrier cloth to kill grass between existing beds, wheelbarrow. private8/23/2016: sent email
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South Austin Community Garden2800 S. 5th St.78704Autumn EliasAutumn Elias, autumn@vitawellnessllc.comThe South Austin Community Gardens (SACG) was founded in January 1994 by Renee Fuqua and is made up of gardeners from diverse backgrounds who share the common philosophy of organic gardening. It has grown to include an orchard where members get hands-on experience with organic gardening in the local environment, share information, harvest healthy delicious vegetables, and enjoy each other's company. The garden is organic and non-GMO with a focus on building healthy soil and learning to garden in harmony with the environment. The main benefit of the garden is the community built around it, South Astin Community Garden grows not only vegetables but friendships.33 total plots: 19 6'x33', 3 6'x26', 36'x25', 3 6'x24', 3 6'x20'33 total plots: 19 6'x33', 3 6'x26', 36'x25', 3 6'x24', 3 6'x20'1994To reserve a plot, contact Autumn (autumn@vitawellnessllc.com). You will be put on a waitlist by date of application and contacted to let you know if/when a plot is available.Visitors and prospective gardeners are welcome to visit! We formally meet monthly for a potluck dinner where we socialize, exchange ideas for future projects, and plan for that month's workday. Visitors and prospective gardeners are also welcome to join us at the potluck dinner.

One Saturday morning every month (usually the Saturday following the formal meeting) is the designated group workday when we meet in the gardens to work on overall projects for a couple of hours to fulfill our monthly volunteer time and maintain the gardens. Work would include tending the common areas, mowing, weeding the paths, building the compost piles, pruning trees, caring for tools and equipment, repairing fences, etc.

A couple of times a year we have special events, such as our annual birthday party that might feature food and plant sales, a raffle, local musicians, and compost demonstrations. In the summer we have a booth at the downtown Austin Farmer's Market where we sell produce from our gardens to raise money for operating expenses.
Visitors and prospective gardeners are welcome to visit! We formally meet monthly for a potluck dinner where we socialize, exchange ideas for future projects, and plan for that month's workday. Visitors and prospective gardeners are also welcome to join us at the potluck dinner.

One Saturday morning every month (usually the Saturday following the formal meeting) is the designated group workday when we meet in the gardens to work on overall projects for a couple of hours to fulfill our monthly volunteer time and maintain the gardens. Work would include tending the common areas, mowing, weeding the paths, building the compost piles, pruning trees, caring for tools and equipment, repairing fences, etc.

A couple of times a year we have special events, such as our annual birthday party that might feature food and plant sales, a raffle, local musicians, and compost demonstrations. In the summer we have a booth at the downtown Austin Farmer's Market where we sell produce from our gardens to raise money for operating expenses.
Wish list

Bark mulch for pathways (Thank you Howe Foundation!)
Shovels, rakes, hoes, and other garden tools
Tiller
Bird and bat houses
Trimmers
Pruning equipment
Long hoses
Garden Information: *Name: South Austin Community Garden *Address: 2800 S. 5th St., 78704 *Contact Person/Phone: Autumn Elias, Autumn Elias, autumn@vitawellnessllc.com *: *Website:http://www.main.org/sacgarden/ *# Plots: 33 total plots: 19 6'x33', 3 6'x26', 36'x25', 3 6'x24', 3 6'x20' *Plot Size: 33 total plots: 19 6'x33', 3 6'x26', 36'x25', 3 6'x24', 3 6'x20' *Start Date: 1994 *Plot Rental: To reserve a plot, contact Autumn (autumn@vitawellnessllc.com). You will be put on a waitlist by date of application and contacted to let you know if/when a plot is available. *Work Hours: Visitors and prospective gardeners are welcome to visit! We formally meet monthly for a potluck dinner where we socialize, exchange ideas for future projects, and plan for that month's workday. Visitors and prospective gardeners are also welcome to join us at the potluck dinner.

One Saturday morning every month (usually the Saturday following the formal meeting) is the designated group workday when we meet in the gardens to work on overall projects for a couple of hours to fulfill our monthly volunteer time and maintain the gardens. Work would include tending the common areas, mowing, weeding the paths, building the compost piles, pruning trees, caring for tools and equipment, repairing fences, etc.

A couple of times a year we have special events, such as our annual birthday party that might feature food and plant sales, a raffle, local musicians, and compost demonstrations. In the summer we have a booth at the downtown Austin Farmer's Market where we sell produce from our gardens to raise money for operating expenses. *Work Days: Visitors and prospective gardeners are welcome to visit! We formally meet monthly for a potluck dinner where we socialize, exchange ideas for future projects, and plan for that month's workday. Visitors and prospective gardeners are also welcome to join us at the potluck dinner.

One Saturday morning every month (usually the Saturday following the formal meeting) is the designated group workday when we meet in the gardens to work on overall projects for a couple of hours to fulfill our monthly volunteer time and maintain the gardens. Work would include tending the common areas, mowing, weeding the paths, building the compost piles, pruning trees, caring for tools and equipment, repairing fences, etc.

A couple of times a year we have special events, such as our annual birthday party that might feature food and plant sales, a raffle, local musicians, and compost demonstrations. In the summer we have a booth at the downtown Austin Farmer's Market where we sell produce from our gardens to raise money for operating expenses. *Wishlist : Wish list

Bark mulch for pathways (Thank you Howe Foundation!)
Shovels, rakes, hoes, and other garden tools
Tiller
Bird and bat houses
Trimmers
Pruning equipment
Long hoses
http://www.main.org/sacgarden/private8/23/2016: sent email
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South Austin Senior Activity Center Senior Garden3911 Manchaca Rd.78704(512) 448-0787Garden Information: *Name: South Austin Senior Activity Center Senior Garden *Address: 3911 Manchaca Rd., 78704 *Contact Person/Phone: (512) 448-0787, *: *Website: *# Plots: *Plot Size: *Start Date: *Plot Rental: *Work Hours: *Work Days: *Wishlist : City of Austin PARD8/23/2016: Sent email to Kelly.Maltsberger@autintexas.gov, Program Supervisor
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St. David's Foundation Community GardenMLK Blvd. & Alexander Ave.78702Corey Pudhorodsky, (512) 920-3271SDFCommunityGarden@gmail.comThis community garden is in development adjacent to Sustainable Food Center's new building in Central East Austin. A team of neighborhood leaders is currently working to decide how the garden will be organized, improve the soil at the site, gather resources, and encourage participation from neighbors.3310'x20'Spring 2013$40 annual per plot fee2 hrs/month1 per monthtools, organic soil, volunteers2 covered pavilions with stone seating, apiary, children’s play area, port-a-potty, accessible parking/sidewalkGarden Information: *Name: St. David's Foundation Community Garden *Address: MLK Blvd. & Alexander Ave., 78702 *Contact Person/Phone: Corey Pudhorodsky, (512) 920-3271, SDFCommunityGarden@gmail.com *: *Website:https://sites.google.com/site/sdfcommunitygarden/about-us *# Plots: 33 *Plot Size: 10'x20' *Start Date: Spring 2013 *Plot Rental: $40 annual per plot fee *Work Hours: 2 hrs/month *Work Days: 1 per month *Wishlist : tools, organic soil, volunteers https://sites.google.com/site/sdfcommunitygarden/about-usprivate8/25/16
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Sunfield Community Garden1328 Sunbright Blvd.78610Dani Slabaugh, (517) 242-3649 yard2table@gmail.comSunield Community Garden was created by the developers of the new Sunfield community as an amenity in their activity center in May of 2011. The garden attracts many people to the new community. Many Sunfield homeowners have cited the garden as a major reason for purchasing a home in the neighborhood. More than 10% of the homeowners at Sunfield are renting plots in the garden. The excess food is donated to local food pantries. The garden includes a fig orchard, pear orchard and communal herb beds. Plans are in place for a xeric landscape around the garden to encourage wildlife and beneficial insects. There is a communal compost pile. The garden is peaceful, productive and gorgeous. It gives new homeowners an opportunity to meet their neighbors.305'x20'201150/yearvariesFirst SaturdaysContact gardenRestrooms, picnic tables, electricity, white boardsGarden Information: *Name: Sunfield Community Garden *Address: 1328 Sunbright Blvd., 78610 *Contact Person/Phone: Dani Slabaugh, (517) 242-3649 , yard2table@gmail.com *: *Website:http://www.sunfieldtx.com/Lifestyle/Community-Garden *# Plots: 30 *Plot Size: 5'x20' *Start Date: 2011 *Plot Rental: 50/year *Work Hours: varies *Work Days: First Saturdays *Wishlist : Contact garden http://www.sunfieldtx.com/Lifestyle/Community-GardenPrivate8/23/2016: sent email
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Sunshine Community Gardens4814 Sunshine Dr.78756Jeff MonksJeff Monks, garden@jeffmonks.comSunshine Community Gardens has been in existence since 1979. The land is licensed at no cost through the generous support of Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI). SCG prides itself in providing an urban oasis for local Austin dwellers to grow their own organic food and flowers. SCG is an all volunteer organization with no paid staff. With the assistance of local grower, Gabriel Valley Farms, our Annual Spring Plant Sale & Benefit the 1st Saturday of March allows us to keep our low rental fees and provide funds for maintenance of our grounds, tools, compost operation and tractor. SCG supports educational endeavors with school garden tours, donations of seed and plants to local youth groups & schools and providing meeting space to other non-profits. A number of garden plots are set aside as designated gardens to grow fresh produce for the Micah 6 Food Bank.>20020'x20' (full plot)  10'x20' (half plot), 10'x10' (quarter) early 1970sFull plot: $90.00 per year, $50.00 per half year season
Half plot: $45.00 per year, $30.00 per half year season
Full plot deposit: $30.00 (This is a one-time charge)
Half plot deposit: $20.00 (this is a one-time charge) Quarter plot $35.00 per year, $20.00 per half year season, Quarter plot deposit: $15.00
Tool Co-op: $20.00 (This is a one-time non-refundable charge)
Returned check fee: $30.00
Unworked service hours: $30.00 per hour for first two hours due, $10.00 per hour for subsequent hours due, $50 per unworked TSBVI hour
Full plots 8 hours per season plus 1 TSBVI hour, Half plots 4 hours per season plus 1 TSBVI hour, Quarter plots 4 hours per season plus 1 TSBVI hourOne Saturday morning per month. See website for upcoming dates. Garden Information: *Name: Sunshine Community Gardens *Address: 4814 Sunshine Dr., 78756 *Contact Person/Phone: Jeff Monks, Jeff Monks, garden@jeffmonks.com *: *Website:http://sunshinecommunitygardens.org/ *# Plots: >200 *Plot Size: 20'x20' (full plot)  10'x20' (half plot), 10'x10' (quarter) *Start Date: early 1970s *Plot Rental: Full plot: $90.00 per year, $50.00 per half year season
Half plot: $45.00 per year, $30.00 per half year season
Full plot deposit: $30.00 (This is a one-time charge)
Half plot deposit: $20.00 (this is a one-time charge) Quarter plot $35.00 per year, $20.00 per half year season, Quarter plot deposit: $15.00
Tool Co-op: $20.00 (This is a one-time non-refundable charge)
Returned check fee: $30.00
Unworked service hours: $30.00 per hour for first two hours due, $10.00 per hour for subsequent hours due, $50 per unworked TSBVI hour *Work Hours: Full plots 8 hours per season plus 1 TSBVI hour, Half plots 4 hours per season plus 1 TSBVI hour, Quarter plots 4 hours per season plus 1 TSBVI hour *Work Days: One Saturday morning per month. See website for upcoming dates. *Wishlist :
http://sunshinecommunitygardens.org/State of Texas8/23/2016: sent email
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Third Day Community Garden at The Sanctuary Church2614 Exposition Blvd.78703Barbara Bottssanctuaryaustin@gmail.comWhile the garden is not understood to be a work of people of any particular faith, or any faith for that matter, it was originated by three faith communities with a shared faith story. That story begins, fittingly enough, in a garden. The third day was the day, according to the story, when all things which grow from seeds were created. Later in the story, the third day became the day of resurrection. All three congregations understand resurrection to be more than a “pie-in-the-sky” idea, but a work of re-creation here, now, in the real world. Part of our plan for re-creating community in a divided world, re-creating nutrition in a fast-food world, and re-creating nourishment in world where some go hungry is The Third Day Community Garden.
164x8'Spring 201425/4 monthsNANApeople to control weeds in the paths w organic treatmentrestrooms open during business hours and a toolshedGarden Information: *Name: Third Day Community Garden at The Sanctuary Church *Address: 2614 Exposition Blvd., 78703 *Contact Person/Phone: Barbara Botts, sanctuaryaustin@gmail.com *: *Website:https://www.facebook.com/thirddaycg *# Plots: 16 *Plot Size: 4x8' *Start Date: Spring 2014 *Plot Rental: 25/4 months *Work Hours: NA *Work Days: NA *Wishlist : people to control weeds in the paths w organic treatment https://www.facebook.com/thirddaycgprivate8/24/16Barbara Botts (512-963-4824) is wondering if the church can lease their land to Sustainable Food Center so that an outside organization can develop up that land into garden space and pay SFC for the water/etc.
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Unity Park Community Garden2746 Gattis School Rd.78664Stephen Brueggerhoff, (512) 705-1813 Stephen Brueggerhoff, unityparkcg@gmail.com Unity Park Community Garden, the first community garden established in Round Rock, Texas, was founded in 2010 by the non-profit organization Neighborhood Harvest Project, who’s mission is to promote local food and sustainable living through outreach, education and community gardening in the Round Rock area. The Baha’i Faith of Round Rock hosts the community garden on a 2 acre lot next to their Center. The all-organic garden is an allotment style community garden where each gardener tends to their own plot. 10% of each gardeners harvest to be donated to the Hope Alliance Women’s Shelter in Round Rock. All gardeners are required to volunteer throughout the year by helping maintain public portions of the garden. Neighborhood Harvest Project sponsors many events throughout the year, including free presentations, workshops, potlucks, outreach, and other activities.444'x20' and 4'x10'January 1st 2009$24/yr for 4'x10', $14/yr for 4'x12', one-time $25 "first time UPCG gardener" fee for new garden membership Four hours per 6-month season; 8 hours per annual year. once a month, first Saturday’s. wagons, benches, landscape stones, pavillion/cover for gardeners (lost ours in the last serious storm), hand pruning shears access to Baha’i Center facility via scheduling for indoor presentations w/ chairs, a few tables, electricity, restrooms. For the gardeners working in the garden: a few lawn chairs, picnic tables, no public restrooms available, shed containing all gardening tools.Garden Information: *Name: Unity Park Community Garden *Address: 2746 Gattis School Rd., 78664 *Contact Person/Phone: Stephen Brueggerhoff, (512) 705-1813 , Stephen Brueggerhoff, unityparkcg@gmail.com *: *Website:http://www.nhpnetwork.org/unity-park-cg.html; https://www.facebook.com/UnityParkCG/ *# Plots: 44 *Plot Size: 4'x20' and 4'x10' *Start Date: January 1st 2009 *Plot Rental: $24/yr for 4'x10', $14/yr for 4'x12', one-time $25 "first time UPCG gardener" fee for new garden membership *Work Hours: Four hours per 6-month season; 8 hours per annual year. *Work Days: once a month, first Saturday’s. *Wishlist : wagons, benches, landscape stones, pavillion/cover for gardeners (lost ours in the last serious storm), hand pruning shears http://www.nhpnetwork.org/unity-park-cg.html; https://www.facebook.com/UnityParkCG/private8/23/2016: sent email; updated a little from info on website
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University of Texas/Concho Community Garden2108 Concho St.78722gardening@utenvironment.orgThe UT/Concho Community Garden was completed in March 2011. The garden came about through the efforts of the UT Campus Environmental Center, the largest student environmental organization on campus, and with support from the UT Office of Sustainability and the UT Division of Housing and Food Service. The goal of the garden is to generate an ample supply of produce for individual consumption, UT dining halls and local food shelters. The long term gola of the garden is to supply an on-campus farmer's market.The mission of the garden is to serve as a vibrant resource for the community by promoting the practices of: community gardening, sustainable agriculture, & environmental cooperation. We seek to provide an open space for the forging of a community that grows with one another, the exploration of important environmental topics, and connecting to nature through food.15+ individual plots; 6 organization plots; 3 demonstration plots; plus additional landscaped areas individual and demo plots are 4'x8'; organization plots are 10'x10'; UT dining hall plots are 4'x16'March 2011$10/semester (Fall, Spring, Summer) for individuals 4x4 plots; $15/semester for individual 4x12 with accompanying contract; $25/semester for organizations with accompanying contract 1 hour/monthThursdays 4-6 PM; Sundays 9 AM-12 PM picnic table; tools of all kinds; landscaping rocks; outdoor furnitureChairs, tables, electricityGarden Information: *Name: University of Texas/Concho Community Garden *Address: 2108 Concho St., 78722 *Contact Person/Phone: , gardening@utenvironment.org *: *Website: *# Plots: 15+ individual plots; 6 organization plots; 3 demonstration plots; plus additional landscaped areas *Plot Size: individual and demo plots are 4'x8'; organization plots are 10'x10'; UT dining hall plots are 4'x16' *Start Date: March 2011 *Plot Rental: $10/semester (Fall, Spring, Summer) for individuals 4x4 plots; $15/semester for individual 4x12 with accompanying contract; $25/semester for organizations with accompanying contract *Work Hours: 1 hour/month *Work Days: Thursdays 4-6 PM; Sundays 9 AM-12 PM *Wishlist : picnic table; tools of all kinds; landscaping rocks; outdoor furniture University of Texas8/23/16Going to be demolished as of summer 2016 for Grad housing
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University of Texas MicroFarm2204 Leona St78704James Collinsmicrofarm@utenvironment.orgThe UT Microfarm is the University of Texas’ first student-run, on-campus farm! We are currently funded by the UT Green Fee and our organization falls under the Campus Environmental Center. Our goal is to grow food for our local community (UT dining halls, the HOPE Farmer's Market, and our weekly farmstands), while creating and facilitating a number of opportunities pursuing innovation, education, sustainable systems, and interdisciplinary collaboration. It is extremely important to us that we practice only joborganic and sustainable farming techniques.
204x4, 4x82012Available to UT affiliates, contact via emailCheck https://www.facebook.com/UTMicroFarm for updates; Summer 2016 Work Days/Hours are Tuesdays 5-8pm and Saturdays 10am-1pmCheck https://www.facebook.com/UTMicroFarm for updates; Summer 2016 Work Days/Hours are Tuesdays 5-8pm and Saturdays 10am-1pmIf you can help us out with any donations, materials, or skills, we’d much appreciate it! Please contact us at microfarm@utenvironment.org. Materials needed: cardboard (large sheets, unwaxed [i.e. appliance boxes, bicycle boxes, etc.]), glass jars (we’ll use them as flower and herb vases), plastic produce baskets , outdoor furniture (tables, seating, stands, shelving, screens, etc.), pots for plants of all sizes, bricks, rocks, and concrete blocks, bamboo sticks, mulch (course and fine), finished compost, compostable materials, lumber, transplants/seeds, food crops and Texas native ornamentalsPicnic table and 6 chairs in shaded grove, produce prep sink and table, open shed area, no electricity, no on-site restroomshttps://utmicrofarm.wordpress.com/ AND https://www.facebook.com/UTMicroFarm/8/10/16
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Urban Patchwork Neighborhood Farms--Duval Homestead5703 Duval St. 78752Paige Hill Oliverio info@urbanpatchwork.orgUrban Patchwork Neighboorhood Farms is an organization of thousands of neighbors throughout Austin. The goal of rban Patchwork is to galvanize communities around turning underutilized private and public spaces into productive urban gardens and farms, educational space, and activity centers. The Duval Homestead was started in 2009 as a venu for various homesteading demonstrations encompassing such themes as small poultry/livestock keeing, permaculture, natural farming, edible landscaping, perennials, ponds, etc.14000 s.f.SeptemberWork tradeVariableVariablePlenty of space for classes, farm to table dinners, tours, etc.Garden Information: *Name: Urban Patchwork Neighborhood Farms--Duval Homestead *Address: 5703 Duval St. , 78752 *Contact Person/Phone: Paige Hill Oliverio , info@urbanpatchwork.org *: *Website: *# Plots: 1 *Plot Size: 4000 s.f. *Start Date: September *Plot Rental: Work trade *Work Hours: Variable *Work Days: Variable *Wishlist : private8/23/2016: sent email, Paige responded 8/24 and asked for a reminder email IN TWO WEEKS as she's dealing with some stuff right now--> EMAIL AGAIN 9/5
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Veterans Memorial Community Garden2525 W. New Hope Dr.
78752Helene Vachon,
(512) 401-5500 
Helene Vachon, Helene.Vachon@cedarparktexas.govThe Veterans Memorial Comunity Garden is the second community garden in Cedar Park. The garden was founded in 2009 within Veterans Memorial Community Park.3228 6'x15' and 4 3'x15' accessible beds20096’x15’ residents $40, non residents $80; 3’x15’ residents $12, non residents $24Dawn-10pmAnytimetools, shade, picnic tableindoor space available with restrooms and electricity and furniture, honeybee hive and rainwater harvesting systemGarden Information: *Name: Veterans Memorial Community Garden *Address: 2525 W. New Hope Dr.
, 78752 *Contact Person/Phone: Helene Vachon,
(512) 401-5500  , Helene Vachon, Helene.Vachon@cedarparktexas.gov *: *Website:cedarparkparks.com *# Plots: 32 *Plot Size: 28 6'x15' and 4 3'x15' accessible beds *Start Date: 2009 *Plot Rental: 6’x15’ residents $40, non residents $80; 3’x15’ residents $12, non residents $24 *Work Hours: Dawn-10pm *Work Days: Anytime *Wishlist : tools, shade, picnic table
cedarparkparks.comGovernment8/23/16
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Virginia L. Brown Recreation Center Senior Garden7500 Blessing Ave.(512) 974-7865The Virginia L. Brown Recreation Center Senior Garden is a Community Garden for seniors citizens locatedwithin the 15 acre grounds of Virginia L. Brown Recreation Center.Garden Information: *Name: Virginia L. Brown Recreation Center Senior Garden *Address: 7500 Blessing Ave., 78752 *Contact Person/Phone: (512) 974-7865, *: *Website:http://www.austintexas.gov/department/virginia-l-brown-recreation-center *# Plots: *Plot Size: *Start Date: *Plot Rental: *Work Hours: *Work Days: *Wishlist : http://www.austintexas.gov/department/virginia-l-brown-recreation-centerCity of Austin PARD8/23/2016: Sent email to program specialist, Zachariah Blechman, and program coordinator, Busy Loggins
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Westbank Community Garden1309 Westbank Dr.78746Alex Meyersalex@westbanklibrary.comThe Westbank Community Garden was established in 2012 with the help of local Eagle Scouts and Girl Scouts, and with the generosity of several local businesses. Westbank Community Garden is an all organic, pesticide-free garden. 108x8x22012$100/yr plus small deposit24 hours at your own risk NoneN/AGardeners and program attendees are welcome to use the library's facilities during operating hours. Garden Information: *Name: Westbank Community Garden *Address: 1309 Westbank Dr., 78746 *Contact Person/Phone: Alex Meyers, alex@westbanklibrary.com *: *Website:http://www.westbanklibrary.com/westbank-community-garden *# Plots: 10 *Plot Size: 8x8x2 *Start Date: 2012 *Plot Rental: $100/yr plus small deposit *Work Hours: 24 hours at your own risk *Work Days: None *Wishlist : N/A http://www.westbanklibrary.com/westbank-community-gardenprivate8/23/2016: sent email
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Windsor Park Community Garden5801 Westminster Dr.78723Elizabeth KubalaElizabeth Kubala, eak@grandecom.netWindsor Park Community Garden was built on land donated by The Mennonite Church next door to Windsor Park Library. The goal of the garden is to use organic and sustainable practices to create a flourishing mini eco-system which improves the land, feeds people, provides habitat and food for wildlife, builds community, educates the public and provides recreation and respite.284'x10'2005$40/year2:00 PMSundaysContact gardenOutdoor meeting spaceGarden Information: *Name: Windsor Park Community Garden *Address: 5801 Westminster Dr., 78723 *Contact Person/Phone: Elizabeth Kubala, Elizabeth Kubala, eak@grandecom.net *: *Website: *# Plots: 28 *Plot Size: 4'x10' *Start Date: 2005 *Plot Rental: $40/year *Work Hours: 0.583333333333333 *Work Days: Sundays *Wishlist : Contact garden private8/22/2016: Sent email to email listed on google doc database, bounced back; sent email to srh2pjh@pobox.com
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Bulldog Community Garden300 N. Main76577Deana Caffey, 512-898-2321deana.caffey@thorndale.txed.net8/23/168/23/16: Will fill out information once kids are back in school
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Round Rock Art Academy SonRise Garden1205 Sam Bass Rd78681Joey Suzann Roberts, 512-913-2252joeysue13@gmail.com8/23/16
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Cathedral School of Saint Mary910 San Jacinto Blvd78701Esme Hoang, 512-476-1480ehoang@cssmaustin.org8/23/16
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Mary Lee Foundation Garden1339 Lamar Square Drive78704Mary Kraemer, 512-944-0200Luckymary22@gmail.com8/23/16Designate as private foundation garden
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Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church Garden14311 Wells Port Dr78728Yvette Shelton, 512-791-5035yshelton@austin.rr.com8/23/16
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Lanier High School and MRC Garden1201 Payton Gin Rd.78758Julia Ricicarjulia.ricicar@austinisd.org8/24/168/24/16: sent email and Julia said put on database and she will get information to me once school settles
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