Established in 1994, the Northeast Community Garden was created at the Community Center by the Latter-day Saints church as a part of their sesquicentennial celebration. The first year's crops were farmed in the tradition of early pioneers and produce given to the food bank for Northeast families. The gardens were then made available for individual gardening. In 2007, to support the expansion of the Community Center, the gardens were relocated to the corner of the Andrew Rypien Playfield where they are able to offer twice the number of garden spaces.
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