Woodbury Community Garden
Brought to the community by the Woodbury Garden Association. Visit our Calendar of Events!
The Woodbury Community Garden is a unique and beautiful place to garden. Conceived and founded by Woodbury resident Amelie Harris-McGeehan in 2005, the vegetable plots are surrounded by continuously blooming flower gardens with lakeviews and buffered by ball fields and woodland spaces. Located just off Red Bank Avenue, it is a lively and visually inspiring location for anyone to enjoy.
The Woodbury Community Garden Association is dedicated to teaching sustainable practices that will help preserve the environment for future generations. Its main emphasis is on education and preservation.
HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE?
10×10 garden plots are available on a first come, first served basis at $20/plot.
Please download and print the application packet. These forms must be completed and returned with your $20.00 fee. Please make checks payable to “Woodbury Community Garden Association” and mail to: Woodbury Community Garden Association, P.O. Box 554, Woodbury, NJ 08096
Volunteers are welcome to assist with general garden maintenance and education. The Community Garden is a Gloucester County/Rutgers Master Gardener approved program. Please contact the Association for details about volunteer opportunities. The public is always welcome to enjoy the park.
Woodbury Community Garden Association is a 501(c)3 organization and donations are greatly appreciated.
General meetings are held during the growing season. Please check our calendar for specific dates and times.
In addition gardeners, volunteers and the public are invited to attend “Ask the Master Gardener” nights for advice and support with a variety of home lawn and garden projects. A cooperative effort of Gloucester County/Rutgers Master Gardeners, Woodbury Community Garden Association and Woodbury Public Library, meetings are held at 7:00PM on the second Tuesday of each month. March and April meetings are held in the Board Room at Woodbury Public Library, May through September meetings are held at the Community Garden and we go back inside for October and November. There are no meetings in December, January or February.