At the intersection of Eagle Heights Drive and Lake Mendota Drive.
This garden is one of the largest and oldest community gardens in Madison with 535 plots. For more information or to register for a plot, please visit the website, contact the registrar at email@example.com, or pick up an application from the Eagle Heights Community Center.
110 North Gammon Road (on the grounds of the Lutheran Church of the Living Christ).
This small 30-plot garden, which includes some raised beds, is a great example of a diverse community garden serving many refugees/immigrants since 1985. Open to everyone. New gardeners are welcome. For more information or to request a plot, contact garden coordinator Rae McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Located at 6120 Hammersley Road.
This garden has approximately 20 rental plots (including full and half-size plots) in a small park behind Falk Elementary School. Hammersley Garden is looking to build both a new leadership team and opportunities for youth involvement. Please contact the coordinators at email@example.com to get involved.
Meadowood Baptist Church
2817 Prairie Road, on the grounds of Meadowood Baptist Church.
Founded in 2010, this garden includes 14 plot rental gardens. Gardeners are encouraged to donate a portion of their harvest to a food pantry of their choice. For more information or to register for a community garden plot, contact Nancy and Liz Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608.273.3686.
At the corner of Leland Drive and Thrush Lane in Meadowood Park.
Founded in 2008, Meadowood Community Garden has 28 plots and an established, volunteer-led, kids’ garden. Interested in leasing a plot? Contact the coordinator at email@example.com.
Midvale School and Community Garden
502 Caromar Drive.
This combination garden offers 43 plots for the community, each about 100 sq. ft., as well as a large children’s garden for the students of Midvale Elementary. For more information or to register for a community garden plot, contact the garden registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
East of 700 block of North Westfield Road, 150 feet south of Harvest Hill Road.
This garden is located on grounds of Madison Christian Community Church, a partnership of Community of Hope UCC and Advent Lutheran Churches. This garden serves over 50 families as well as a vibrant youth gardening program in collaboration with the Lussier Community Education Center at Wexford Ridge. For more information or to register for a community garden plot, contact Jean Einerson at 608-628-1801 or email@example.com.
Orchard Ridge UCC Vegetable Village
1501 Gilbert Road.
This garden was established in 2009. In addition to 13 individual plots, gardeners also tend a large pantry plot with harvested food going to the Good Shepard Food Pantry that is located 3-4 blocks away. For more information, contact LuAnn Greiner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located in Lucy-Lincoln Heistand Park, north of Raymond Road, east of Frisch Road and west of Prairie Road.
This large community garden offers 65 plots for gardening. For more information or to register for a community garden plot, contact Sarah Kirk. Her email is email@example.com and her phone number is 608-628-4177.
Sheboygan Community Garden (Sheboygan Community Garden)
Located in Rennebohm Park.
This community garden in Rennebohm Park relocated from its original site along Sheboygan Avenue in 2017. The garden has 127 small plots (under 100 square feet) and 3 raised beds that primarily serve neighbors within a half-mile of the park. For more information and to join the wait list, please contact Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org or LeAnn at email@example.com.
Located north of Shorewood Hills Pool and south of the intersection of Harvard Dr. and Yale Rd.
This garden offers 64 plots for the residents of Shorewood Hills. For more information or to register for a community garden plot, contact John Carey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-345-4008.
Located on the southwest corner of Tree Lane and Westfield Road
This garden offers 49 (10’x20′) plots for the residents of Tamarack Trails. Of the 49 plots, 13 are raised beds and no-till; the rest are tilled each spring and fall. Garden plots are leased to non-residents if land is available after all residents have been given priority.
At the end of Haight Road
For more information or to register for a plot, please visit the website, contact the registrar at email@example.com, or pick up an application from the Eagle Heights Community Center.