Location: The Northside neighborhood at the intersection of Cooley Street and Holmes Street
Highlights: Communal raspberry patch, mature fruit trees, community giving garden, community gathering area, compost system. This garden is also adjacent to a park.
The Northside Community Garden is one of our longest-standing gardens. Initially, the garden was started by MUD and a group of Northside neighbors on the Helena Catholic Diocese’s land. Shortly thereafter, Garden City Harvest joined the partnership and now maintains what is now a thriving garden in the heart of the neighborhood.
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