Community garden plots are spread throughout Lincoln and are open to everyone regardless of income level. Our gardeners come from many different backgrounds and together they beautify our city while growing food for themselves. See the map below for the garden locations.
Plot fees are on a sliding scale basis, and financial assistance is available for everyone who qualifies.
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If you have questions about the gardens, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (402) 474-9802.
The 2016 applications for new gardeners are now available.
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A small garden plot (10'x10') costs $10 - $75 per growing season, depending on income.
A medium garden plot (20'x10') costs $20 - $150 per growing season, depending on income.
All gardeners need to pay a $50 clean up deposit, which is refundable at the end of the growing season if you clean up your plot.
|46th Street||Antelope||Southern Heights||1st and L|
|Northeast Church||Oak Lake Church||Peter Pan Park||1st Presbyterian|
|Southminster Church||14th and Hudson||Rosemont Church||Newman Church|
The map has photos and descriptions of all our garden locations, plus our farm and market sites.
Read Community Garden Partner Information
Why do our gardeners like their plots? Here's what a few have said: "It's relaxing.", "Lots of good, fresh vegetables that taste better than what's in the stores", "Good therapy.", "To keep my family healthy and to meet new friends."
Community garden was a neighborhood effort in the Lincoln Journal Star, June 2012.
Garden Advisory Committee. Check out the meeting minutes, agenda and program goals.
Watch a video describing an innovative Low Pressure Gravity Drip Irrigation System that you can build yourself at low-cost. This second video shows more about how to implement this system. The descriptive pamphlet of the system is also quite helpful.
Do you have a backyard where you would love to have people garden? Some extra land that could grow a lot of tomatoes? Or do you need a place to grow, maybe something closer to your home than the nearest community garden? Yards to Gardens is a great resource for you. Enter in your location and contact information to network with others who have land or need it in our area!
guide for starting a new garden.