Squamish Community Garden Plots
Grow your own food in a community garden plot
Squamish CAN program
The Squamish Climate Action Network (CAN) operates community gardens on Main Street.
Stable, reliable food sources are essential for healthy communities. The health, environmental and economic benefits of growing your own food are numerous. By ensuring the availability of community garden plots, Squamish is able to provide excellent opportunities for locally-grown produce to those who are not able to grow their own food at home.
Several community garden programs operate in Squamish. The District of Squamish runs the Village Greenway garden plots at Eagle Wind Housing Development. Contact Brennan Park Recreation Centre at 604.898.3604 for more information.
Squamish Climate Action Network (CAN) operates multiple community gardens:
The Squamish Rotary Club offers garden plots available to the public on Mamquam Road at Highway 99. Contact the Rotary Club at 604.892.5254 for information.
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