Black Hawk Middle School
1402 Wyoming Way, behind Black Hawk/Gompers, along Wheeler Road.
The Growing Together School and Community Garden at Black Hawk Middle School was a 2011 Project Orange Thumb garden makeover recipient, a collaboration between Fiskars Brands, Inc., Community Action Coalition, Madison Metropolitan School District, and The Home Depot Foundation. The garden provides 36 plots 10’ x 20’ for community gardening and a large children’s garden for the students. For more information or to register for a community garden plot, contact the garden registrar at (608) 819-6235 or firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waitlist.
4500 Kennedy Road, behind Lindbergh Elementary School.
Lindbergh School Community Garden was developed in 2010 and combines 20 10’x20′ family plot rental gardens with a school garden. For more information or to register for a community garden plot, contact Yimmuaj Yang at email@example.com.
Located in Oak Park Terrace Mobile Home Community.
Majestic Oaks Community Garden is a new raised-bed garden located in Oak Park Terrace Mobile Home Community on Madison’s northside. The garden’s sole purpose is to collectively grow fresh, nutritious produce to supplement the diets of members of their mobile home community. As such, this garden does not offer individual plot rentals. For more information, contact Deb Graff at (608) 445-4695 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
North of the 500 block of Troy Drive.
This is a very large garden with 327 plots. For more information or to register for a garden plot, contact the registrar at email@example.com or (608) 240-0409. Registration is usually the first Saturday in March at Lakeview Lutheran Church.