Community Gardens

Alliance Area Community Gardens

Three Little Girls in Garden Holding a Wooden The Greater Alliance Community Gardens Association helps support 9 community gardens where people can grow vegetables, herbs, fruit, and flowers for personal use. The gardens range in size, style, and function. Some of the gardens offer individual plots while others have shared plots. Some of the gardens supply fresh food for meal kitchens and the local food pantry. Some of the gardens are educational and involve children and mentor at-risk youth. Each garden is operated and maintained by committed volunteers. Some gardens also offer programming. They are all places that beautify neighborhoods, inspire community development, foster good-neighbor relationships and community pride.

Benefits of Community Gardens

  • Neighborhood Safety
  • Improved Nutrition
  • Connecting Neighbors and Creating Community
  • Fun for the Whole Family!
  • Education
  • Saves money on Farm Fresh Foods
  • Access to Healthy Foods

Find a community garden in your neighborhood- follow links below

North Webb Avenue Community Garden - 426 North Webb Avenue

Feed My Sheep Ministries -114 E. Main Street

Youth Community Gardens

  • Beech Creek Youth Garden - 11929 Beech Street Northeast
  • Urban Youth Community Garden - Alliance High School - 400 Glamorgan Street

Catholic Workers Group Gardens

  • Peter Maurin Garden - 600 Block of South Arch Street
  • Resurrection Garden -820 South Linden
  • Saint Francis Garden - 830 South Freedom

Union Avenue Community Garden - Corner of South Union and East Cambridge

Abbington at the Park Community Garden - 1850 South Seneca, near State Street and South Liberty

Resources & Education

*Starting a Community Garden

*Vegetable Gardening 101 

*Square Foot Gardening

*Organic Vegetable Gardening 

*Soil-Healthy Soil a Top Priority 

*Gardening for Pollinators

*Butterfly Gardening

The Greater Alliance Community Garden Association (GACGA) was recently created to establish a single point of contact for individuals interested in growing their own food, in volunteering to help manage and maintain, to offer education and resources, and to help streamline the process for establishing new community gardens.

Have more questions? Wish to volunteer?


Thank you for your interest in the Alliance Area Community Gardens. 

Happy Gardening!