OUR GARDENS

We have established help-yourself gardens in two locations in downtown Brattleboro and plan to add more in locations where there is a commitment to maintenance. Container gardens are in the beta phase, thanks to volunteer Tom Green, who built eight prototypes of a wicking barrel container garden. These were placed at our two public gardens and we are experimenting to see which plants do best in these containers. This way, we can expand our reach into neighborhoods where garden space is not available.
If you would like a help-yourself garden in your area, or advice on starting a garden in your yard to donate produce for our Share the Harvest stand, please contact us.
VISIT OUR HELP-YOURSELF GARDENS

Brattleboro Food Co-op
2 Main Street.
Garden is located along the Whetstone Brook in the rear parking lot

Turning Point Recovery Center
39 Elm Street, corner of Frost/Flat St.
Gardens are located along the sidewalk and in the upper area near the pergola.

VISIT OUR SATELLITE HELP-YOURSELF GARDENS

TriPark Co-op Housing
42 Village Drive
Three peach trees planted behind the office. These bare root trees were planted in April 2019. We don’t expect fruit until 2022.