Location: Behind the Lewis and Clark Village student housing on South Higgins.
Highlights: Covered community gathering space, compost system, automatic irrigation system, proximity to the University
The ASUM Community Garden is one of the oldest community gardens in Missoula. This garden started before the inception of Garden City Harvest! Open to the community, this garden is also a part of the Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM), included in their bylaws and used by students, faculty, alumni and community members. ASUM Gardeners say: “This garden is a steal—good soil, high fences, and free water!”
Each of Garden City Harvest’s 10 community gardens provides participants with a garden plot, tools, water, manure, straw, compost, and educational resources to help them grow their own food. With a little bit of patience and a lot of persistence, gardening means self-sufficiency, pride, and the taste of a homegrown tomato.
Learn more about our Community Gardens and Neighborhood Farms by visiting our website http://www.gardencityharvest.org