Community Gardens

Pierce County boasts over 70 community gardens, orchards and food forests!
Harvest Pierce County supports these projects in several ways 
  • Facilitate the development of new gardens, orchards, or food projects
  • Build capacity of garden volunteers through training, networking opportunities and one-on-one support 
  • Engage broader community a just and healthy food system through events 
  • Provide accessible education on community gardening and fruit tree care 
  • Provide resources and opportunities to build capacity of community gardens 
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  1. Find a Community Garden

    Find a community garden, orchard, or forest near you. Scroll through our interactive map our download a hard copy.

  2. Request Additional Resources

    Fill out this quick form to get more resources for our Community Gardens Program.

  3. Start a Community Garden

    Interested in starting a community garden or food project in Pierce County? Download our resource guide and starter questions to help you get on the right path.

  1. Community Garden Network

    Connect with other community gardeners in Pierce County, share resources, and learn

  2. Share the Harvest

    Resources for community gardens growing food for neighbors in need

  3. Harvest Share

    Test page for ArcGIS Harvest Share