Common Earth Community Garden
is established to
grow and distribute vegetables, provide
a source of
wholesome food to local food banks, provide
nutritional and cultural education
for youth, a place
of fellowship for multigenerational families, and
outreach to our diverse neighbors on this shared
Welcome to the Common Earth Community Garden, in cooperation
with First United Church of Arvada and Denver Urban Gardens!
We hope that, together, we can work for good for our common earth!
We still have plots available for the 2020 gardening season!
< Click the Joining Our Garden on the white left sidebar, just above
Our Mission statement, and fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
We look forward to fostering relationships with our gardeners
and the community, again, this year!
If you are interested in more information about our community garden please email us at:
Check this website weekly, for the most current
Common Earth Community Garden updates.
Visit Common Earth Community Garden Facebook page for
great gardening tips, tricks and most importantly,
to connect with our gardening community!
Please send us your photos from your own Common Earth Community Garden plot, along with any tips & tricks
or great gardening ideas you see on Pinterest, and we will post them on our Facebook page.
Email photos, tips & tricks to:email@example.com
See you in the garden!
Get paid to Garden
Free Community Garden Plots Available! Interested in gardening but don’t know where to start? The Community Activation for Prevention Study (CAPS) is looking for participants for a research study on community gardening! You’ll receive a free garden plot near your home, free plants and seeds, and gardening education. Plus, you can be paid up to $150 if you complete 3 health screenings. Visit www.capsmetro.org or Angel Villalobos, Project Coordinator, University of Colorado
at Angel.Villalobos@ucdenver.edu or
Sign up by April 1, 2020! If you missed this years deadline, consider getting an early start on an application in for the 2021 gardening season.
The following groups have provided donations to the garden!
City of Arvada
Colorado Gardeners Association
Denver Urban Gardens (DUG)
First United Church of Arvada
Rose Roots Community Garden
Jordan's Building Center
All of the many individual contributors,
Thank you for your contribution!
City of Arvada Neighborhood Enhancement video (3:06 min)!
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