The Peterborough Community Garden Network (PCGN) is made up of over 400 gardeners, growers, helpers, garden coordinators and organizations throughout the Peterborough area.
A collaborative between YWCA Peterborough Haliburton, GreenUP, Fleming College, and the Peterborough County-City Health Unit (PCCHU), we foster community gardens through education, advocacy, and networking.
Our aim is to increase local food security, environmental integrity, and build community.
Find a garden
Currently, there are 40 community gardens throughout Peterborough City and County. Find a garden in your community by using the map below.
Why support community gardens?
We know that community gardens are about much more than just growing food. By increasing the number of local community gardeners & available garden space, families and individuals are able to grow fresh, healthy produce for very little money, green previously underused areas, donate to local food security programs, get to know and interact with their neighbours, and work together to enhance the communities they live in.
To learn more about community gardens, call 705-745-3238 ext. 204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.