Interested in starting a home garden? Visit The Garden Kitchen of South Tucson!
Community Gardens of Tucson
The all-volunteer nonprofit Community Gardens of Tucson establishes and maintains community gardens and provides ongoing education that enables Tucson residents to grow food successfully and sustainably in garden communities within their neighborhoods.
Looking for opportunities to learn more about gardening? Visit the Community Food Bank for hands-on classes in English and Spanish! Check out the flyers below for a schedule of classes and click here to sign up!
Want to start a school garden? Check out these Ten Tips to a Successful School Garden
For gardening technical support, resources, and advice check out the following community partners:
If starting a garden is not possible on school grounds, you could look into renting a plot with the local Community Gardens of Tucson. Many schools in Pima County are taking advantage of this opportunity.
Sites for materials and grants:
Includes updates on the latest open grant cycles & opportunities for funding for gardening materials and supplies www.kidsgardening.com
Already have a garden and looking to get certified?
We encourage schools who are interested in starting a garden to visit our partner at The Tucson Village Farm.