Do you have a community farm or garden that you’d like to designate a People’s Garden? Gardens of different sizes and types, including school gardens, community gardens, urban farms, and small-scale agriculture projects in rural and urban areas, can be recognized as a “People’s Garden.”
- Join the People’s Garden community by registering a garden at www.usda.gov/peoples-garden.
- Grow the garden using sustainable practices that benefit people and wildlife.
- Teach about gardening and resilient, local food systems.
Your garden or farm location will be posted to this map, we’ll send you a “People’s Garden” sign to display and invite you to our monthly People’s Garden Webinars.
Gardens on federal property must donate or use produce for educational purposes. We will provide an easy-to-use form to report how many pounds and what types of produce you’ve donated every six months.
Ready to get started? Complete the People’s Garden Registration Form and watch us grow!
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com
See what’s happening at the USDA’s National Headquarters Garden in Washington, D.C.
Looking for local produce? Find your local farmer’s market, food hub, or CSA here.
For more People’s Garden news, visit our home page, or follow our #PeoplesGarden hashtag on social media.