A project of Vail Valley Salvation Army in Avon; this community garden started in 2013. Plots are distributed to families in need and local residents.
The mission of the Betty Ford Alpine Garden is to deepen understanding and promote conservation of alpine plants and fragile mountain environments.
Colorado Mountain College, Edwards Community Garden
This Summer, New Roots CO will oversee and manage the community garden located at the CMC campus in Edwards. Gardeners and stakeholders include faculty, staff, students, alumni and local community members. For information about getting a plot, please contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Eagle Community Gardens is to build community by increasing and enhancing community gardening and to preserve Eagle County’s agricultural history and our environment in Eagle, Colorado. The garden got started around 2001 as part of the Eagle Ranch development.
The residents of EagleVail, with the support of the EagleVail Metro District, created the community garden under the leadership of community organizers Cassie Pence and Keri Hayes in 2011. The first enthusiastic plot holders planted their gardens in the spring of 2012.
The MCF exists to connect people, enhance lives, and preserve the culture of Minturn.
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life of Vail’s citizens and strengthn community bonds by creating and sustaining an organic garden that will foster environmental stewardship, education and a sense of community. The West Vail Community Garden operates in thanks to a partnership with the Town of Vail and Walking Mountains Science Center.