The Heritage Farm Community Gardens have 84 plots, each 20 by 20 feet. A limited number of disabled-accessible plots are available.
As of late February 2018, there was no waiting list for the 2018 gardening season, but plots are filling up quickly.
Year round (February to February). Winter gardening allowed.
$60 per plot, which includes water and use of some tools.
For more information, please contact Jodee Nickel, Washington State University Clark County Extension, by phone, 360.397.6060 ext. 5713, or by email, email@example.com.
Why participate in the community gardens?
- Grow your own food.
- Teach your children where food comes from.
- Get outside and be active.
- Take advantage of the community gardens if you don't have enough room or sun at your home.
- Learn about gardening in a supportive community place.