Growing a sense of community while helping fight hunger.
For the past ten years, Indiana State has provided land for expert and novice gardeners to plant garden plots free of charge. In return, gardeners promise to tend to their plots, plant only annuals, and refrain from using pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. Participants are encouraged to donate a portion of the produce raised to the food pantry of their choice.
Location: 219 N 11th Street
Growing season: April - October
Cost: We ask every gardener to donate a portion of their produce to the food pantry of their choice.
- Available plot sizes: 10x10 feet, 10x15 feet, or 20x20 feet
- Tools and garden hose will be available during scheduled hours each week.
- The community garden is pesticide, herbicide, insecticide, and fungicides free.
- Expert consultation will be available through volunteers.
Registration information for the upcoming gardening season is usually posted in February.