Welcome to Spokane Community Gardens

WSU Spokane masters in teaching students work in a Project Hope community garden.
WSU Spokane masters in teaching students work in a Project Hope community garden.

Spokane Community Gardens is a group that existed in Spokane 20+ years ago.

Now, with the help of people like Spokane's favorite gardener, Pat Munts and long-time community gardens organizer Jon Lossing, coupled with the recently rekindled interest in community gardens across the nation, the Spokane Community Gardens website is here to once again serve Spokane's community gardens and gardeners.

Spokane Community Gardens is all volunteer. Our primary goal is connecting volunteers and potential gardeners to Community Gardens and resources. We also focus on networking with people like you, groups like the Spokane Urban Agriculture Network, and anyone interested in Spokane's gardening scene and our regional food system. New features will be added to the website to facilitate sharing, both on-line and face-to-face, among the diverse, food-centric people who call the Spokane region home.

Please enjoy browsing the site. Check back often as improvements will continue. Also follow Spokane Community Gardens on Facebook.

If you have an immediate question, please contact us through our website contact form.

Check below for news and updates.

Upcoming Workshop: Starting a Community Garden


Neighbors preparing the site of the Krista Garden near East Sprague on June 26, 2000.

Community gardens are 90 percent community and 10 percent garden. Topics to be covered include: Building the community that will build the garden; locating a site, Insurance, Fundraising, Rallying community resources for planning and gardening, designing and installing the garden and managing the garden. Pat Munts has ten years of experience building the community garden system in Spokane.

Who should attend: members of churches, neighborhoods, schools, retirement communities, low income housing communities, college groups, social service agencies and neighborhood groups.

Cost: $10 per person*

*Scholarships are available through WSU Extension and the Spokane Conservation District. Contact Pat Munts, 477-2173 for information. Made possible through an Urban Agriculture Grant from the National Association of Conservation Districts.

Date: February 28 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Spokane Community College

1810 N Greene St
Spokane, WA
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More Info: http://extension.wsu.edu/spokane/event/starting-a-community-garden/



News Flash! Associated Community Gardens of Spokane Founded.

An historic day for Community Gardens in Spokane: On the evening of November 30, at a meeting of the Spokane Urban Agriculture Network, a new organization was formed to serve community gardeners throughout the region: The Associated Community Gardens of Spokane. The new organization is joining the Associated Garden Clubs of Spokane as a member club.

Stay tuned for more updates about this exciting new development.