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The Ohana Kuleana Community garden envisions healthy, abundant living through promoting organic growing to enhance a supportive community and sustainability for everyone.
Our 2018 Season Community Gardeners!
Opened in 2013, the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden (OKCG) is located on the north side of town at 564 E 30th Street, right below Riverview Elementary. Ohana Kuleana are Hawaiian terms that means “Community Responsibility: we all own each other’s actions.”
The garden is on a half-acre plot with over 12,000 square feet of growing space (4,500 sf berm surrounding the garden and 7,500 sf of plots). There are 45 plots available to be rented for the season (May-October)
To benefit and contribute to our supportive community, build relationships, and realize our vision, the gardener commitment in 2018 is:
Member fees are $80 for the growing season and a commitment of 4 volunteer hours per month.
Monthly workdays bring garden members together to share in hard work, harvest, and laughter.
Workshops provide education on organic gardening methods for the whole community.
- Parking area
- Porta-potty during the growing season
- 8 ft tall fence for wildlife
- Irrigation system
- Information board
- Permaculture garden design
- Permaculture food forest on the berm
- Education Pavilion
- Benches and tables
- Wheel-chair accessible bed
- Insectory for beneficial insects
- Compost system
Location and Directions
OKCG is located on the north side of town at 564 E 30th Street on the corner of E 30th Stand 6th Avenue right below Riverview Elementary. Just 5 blocks from the Animas River Trail it is easily accessible by bike or foot!
Driving directions: (Coming from Main Ave.) Turn onto E 32nd, take the first right after crossing over the river, take a left on E 30th Street, drive until it dead ends at 6th Avenue. The Garden will be on your right up the gravel drive.
If you are interested in joining the Ohana Kuleana Community Garden or have other questions or comments contact the Garden Leaders: email@example.com
For general community gardening questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org