Dayton Solidarity Garden

The Dayton Solidarity Garden is now closed for the winter. Thanks for a great 2020 season!

We will begin accepting registrations for the 2021 Garden Season on February 15, 2021 for returning members and March 1, 2021 for new members.

Want to stay up to date with the latest information on the Dayton Solidarity Garden? Follow our Facebook Page to follow along with the garden in all seasons, and learn about upcoming registrations, workshops and events!

The Solidarity Garden encourages individuals to take an active role in what they eat and to create opportunities to enjoy and savor locally grown produce. We believe that people come together over food, and what better way to provide nourishment and build a sense of community than a lovely garden where people from all different backgrounds can come to live, grow, learn and heal together. Located in the heart of our community, it is our hope that the Garden will serve not only as a focal point for local food and a venue to learn about agriculture, but also as a supportive, nurturing space where members of the community feel welcome and accepted.

Garden memberships are FREE for SNAP recipients or food pantry visitors. Community Members who do not meet these criteria can become garden members for a $20 annual membership fee.

Spaces in the garden are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis beginning on February 15 for members in good standing who wish to renew, and open on March 1 to the general public. You will be assigned your very own garden plot. Please do not start planting until the Garden Coordinator has assigned your space. We also have handicap-accessible spaces for those with mobility challenges. Please let the garden coordinator know if you wish to have one of these spaces.

Click HERE to download the Solidarity Garden Registration Packet! Please note, you can fill out the form online, but you will have to print and sign it. Hard copies of the form are available at the Dayton Food Pantry and Community Roots Nursery at 209 Dayton Valley Rd. Forms can be turned in at Community Roots Monday through Friday 10am-4pm.

The Garden is located at 60 2nd Street in Dayton.

For questions about the Solidarity Garden, please contact Cortney.

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