Woodbury Community Garden
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 Gardens 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?
Various-sized garden plots are available on a first come, first served basis, for an application fee of $0.40/per square foot.
Gardeners who are new to the Community Garden and are interested in signing up are encouraged to attend the New Gardeners Meeting scheduled for Saturday, February 28, 2015 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Woodbury Library located at 33 Delaware Street in Woodbury. Garden Contract forms will be provided at this meeting. These forms must be completed and returned with your application fee in order to reserve your plot. Please make checks payable to “Woodbury Community Gardens Association.”
The Community Garden is a Gloucester County/Rutgers Master Gardener approved program. Volunteers are welcome to assist with general garden maintenance and education. Please contact the Association for details about volunteer opportunities.
Woodbury Community Gardens Association is a NJ non-profit organization and donations are greatly appreciated.
General meetings are held throughout the growing season at the Woodbury Community Garden and are open to the public. For meeting dates, garden functions and events, please visit our website. The public is always welcome to enjoy the park.
For more information on any of the above, please contact us at (856) 845-0371 or email us at email@example.com.
Last Page Update: 1/27/15