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Our Community Gardens offer plots around the Capital Region to anyone interested in growing their own produce. Gardeners receive nutritional, recreational, social and physical benefits from tending plots.
A Community Garden is a parcel of land that has been divided into individual garden plots. Capital Roots transforms neglected private and public land into vibrant, food-producing spaces that beautify our cities. Make a tax-deductible land donation to create a lasting legacy through our urban land trust.
In addition to rejuvenating our urban environments, community gardening empowers families to have more control over their dietary intake and household budgets. It’s relaxing, recreational, a good source of exercise and a cheaper way to eat healthy. One garden plot can yield $1,500 worth of fresh, organic food! 4,000 residents throughout the region are already practicing this home economics model with Capital Roots!
Get the space, sunshine and support you need to grow your own food. Sign up for a community garden plot! Take these steps to join our community: