Community Gardens in Shoreline
Community gardens come in many forms: demonstration and education; traditional p-patches or cooperative ventures; flowers, vegetables, orchards, or simply healthy habitat for local flora and fauna. They take root on both public and private property, in parks, at churches, on school grounds, in parking strips, and on vacant lots.
Currently inactive due to school construction. We hope to reopen in 2022.
Calvin Presbyterian’s community garden was the vision of community-minded gardeners who wanted to an affordable way for folks to grow. Calvin still has some plots available now, and more plots in the months to come. Not ready to take on an entire plot yourself? Consider helping in the garden as a whole, and sharing in the harvest! If you have questions or comments about Calvin Presbyterian Community Garden, please call 206-542-6181 or email: email@example.com.
Shoreline CC Deep Roots
Deep Roots, on the campus of Shoreline Community College, is a community-campus garden. In addition to serving as a field classroom for students at SCC and Learning Center North, the garden offers students, staff
and the community an opportunity to learn to grow sustainably, do research on growing culturally-relevant produce for clients at the Hopelink food bank and LCN, and assist clients with starting and maintaining their own gardens.
Community involvement is welcome. For more information on the program,contact Amy Easton at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Shorewood Culinary Arts
This King County Master Gardener Youth Education / Outreach garden was created in collaboration with the Shorewood High School Culinary Arts program, to engage students in cultivating, harvesting and cooking with fresh, organic ingredients. The garden has been carefully dismantled, and is awaiting its new location once the renovations to Shorewood High School have been completed.
For more information email Bonnie Chester at email@example.com.
Sunset School Park