If you are interested in gardening or would like to learn, consider getting involved with your community garden.
Community Gardens are run by volunteers within a community with the mission of growing food to help support their families and neighborhoods.
There are many programs in Baltimore to help you create your own garden if your community does not already have one. Adopt-a-Lot Baltimore, UME Grow It, Eat It, Baltimore Green Space, Community Greening Resource Network and the American Gardening Association are some of the programs that can help you get started.
Check established Community Gardens in Baltimore that you can join.
Filbert Street Community Garden
1317 Filbert Street, Baltimore, MD 21226
Upper Fells Point Community Garden
1825 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
Old Goucher Community Garden
North Hunter Street, Baltimore, MD 21218
Lennox Street Community Garden
728-732 Lennox Street, Baltimore, MD 21217
Boone Street Community Garden
2100 Boone Street, Baltimore, MD 21218
JHU Community Garden
Johns Hopkins Eastern, 1101 East 33rd Street, Baltimore, MD
Baltimore Free Farm
3510 Ash Street, Baltimore, MD
Duncan Street Miracle Garden
1800 block of Duncan Street, Baltimore, MD 21213
Pigtown Horseshoe Pit
1217 Bayard Street, Baltimore, MD 21230