Community Garden

Often planted on public or formerly abandoned land and run by volunteers who cultivate food, flowers and closer relationships to nature and one another. Sometimes fenced and locked or threatened by development, but generally open to all participants, raising the quality of life in the community, and improving habitat, air and soil quality at the same time. Some gardens serve a specific need such as supplying produce for local Food Banks.

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Community Garden Green School Eco Agriculture or Permaculture Healthy Dining Organic or Local Food Composting Site
The school established vegetable gardens in the new front yard in 2019. They include a deer fenced learning garden for enjoyment and a full scale production garden for lunchtime recipes.
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Community Garden Eco Agriculture or Permaculture Organic or Local Food Eco Information Greenhouse
This high production garden not only serves the students of Port Townsend High School, but the PT Food Bank during the summer months. Garden Coordinator Zach Gayne works with teacher Jennifer Kruse to...
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Community Garden Green Store Artisanal Food /Local Flavor Organic or Local Food Healthy Dining Local Business Reuse Shop or Market Farming /Cooking School Nursery/Garden Shop
Local produce, bulk bin buying for less waste, vegetable starts, seeds, and classes... the Co-op has evolved into a hub for all things fresh and sustainable along with an assortment of cooking classes...
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