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The City values community gardens as a means to improving the health and well-being of our neighbourhoods and increasing the sustainability of our beautiful city. An annual fund supports the development of new community gardens and the enhancement/maintenance of existing ones.
The Kingston Community Garden Network was established by the City of Kingston in collaboration with partner groups to support the creation of new community gardens on public or private lands, and to assist with the retention of existing community gardens in the city. Our current network of community gardens includes space for allotment plots (your own personal garden plot), tasting gardens, donation gardens, and training gardens. The network runs a series of gardening workshops and organizes an annual Community Garden Bike Tour.
Join a community garden!
A community garden is a garden run by neighbours. Renting your own plot in a garden requires only a small financial commitment and your time. Join one to teach your kids, grandkids and yourself about food production while getting exercise, socializing and eating great food.
For more information please contact:
- AMS Food Centre – 218 Barrie St.
- Calvin Park Community Garden – 200 Norman Rogers Dr.
- Community Harvest Garden – Lyons St. near Elliot Ave.
- Elmwood Community Garden – 36 Elmwood St.
- GROW School Gardens – First Avenue P.S.; J.G. Simcoe P.S.; Rideau P.S.; Rideau Heights P.S.
- Joseph Dominik Sensory Garden – 191 Portsmouth Ave.
- Lakeside Community Garden – 100 Days Rd. & Centre 70
- Maclean Park Community Garden - Maclean Park
- Maclean Trail Community Garden - Maclean Trail
- Oak Street Community Garden – Green space near corner of Brant Ave. & Oak St.
- Ongwanada Community Garden – 114 Wright Cres.
- Pollinator Garden – Memorial Centre
- Queen's West – Stone house near tennis courts at West Campus of Queen's University
- Shannon Park Community Garden – Shannon Park
- Sunnyside Community Garden – MacDonnell St. near Brock St.