The Community Gardens located here at Seeds of Change include twenty raised gardening beds, each divided into two separate plots. This year we have made eight plots at ground level. Plots are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, with priority given to the previous year's gardener.


We have already booked quite a few going for the 2018 season, so if you're interested in a plot with us, the sooner you get in touch the better chance you'll have.

If you're interested in volunteering with us or making donations, please contact our garden coordinator Frankie Schilke at:

Sign of a successful garden: butterflies!

The photos above were taken in our Community Garden by gardener Phyllis Elvidge-Bell. 

Seeds of Change Community Garden 201   Highlights: