Interested in growing your own produce and plants, but don’t have space in your backyard? Intrigued by the farm-to-fork concept? If so, Fishers Parks invites you to participate in the Community Garden Program (CGP).
The Community Garden Program (CGP) invites residents to rent a 10’ x 10’ plot of land at Cyntheanne Park to garden for the season for $30. Conventional and organic options are available, as well as a limited amount of raised 4’ x 9’ beds.
Registration for garden space opens the first Monday in January, and space fills quickly. Gardens open to registrants Saturday, April 17.
CGP is an ongoing partnership between residents and Fishers Parks, and while gardeners are responsible for all prep, maintenance, upkeep, and winterization, resources and support are available to help!
The Seed Library is a collection of open-pollinated and heirloom seeds (vegetables, herbs and flowers) that any resident of Hamilton County with a library card can borrow to plant at home. Learn more.