Glendive Community Garden was started in 2008 by the Farm-to-Table Cooperative, a project of Community Giving Assistance Towards Employment (GATE).

The number one reason people give for not gardening in Glendive is deer; the number two reason is the high cost of water. Grants received from Montana Department of Agriculture, Northwest Area Foundation, and Dawson County Extension helped establish this deer-proof gardening location with free water for both novice and expert gardeners. Community members are invited to use one or more of the 121 10'x20' plots to provide local, fresh food for their families and the community.

Farm-to-Table's mission is to develop a sustainable local food system in Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota, increasing the vitality of our rural communities. Learn more by clicking the below links, "Website" and "Bruce's Valley."