109 Kipling Court, Sudbury. The Garden is dedicated to sharing produce and the interconnectedness between cultural groups and all living things.
Type of garden
We offer a mixed gardening experience. The Garden primarily grows produce to share with neighbourhoods.
- Garden area is protected with chain link fencing.
- 4’ x 8’ plots: fresh produce grown by youth participants for citizens in need
- 4’ x 4’ plots: private gardeners, $20 seasonal donation
- 8’ x 16’ in-ground bed: "Squash and Friends" garden (squash & beans)
- 4’ x 16’ in-ground bed: "The Potato Box" garden
- Table-height boxes: accessible garden box, entrance and pathway.
Cost to participate
- Your donations provide supplies and support our Benevolent Produce Sharing Program.
- 4’ x 4’ plot: private gardeners, $20
- 4’ x 8’ plot: private gardeners, $40
- Community Sponsorships: $100 per garden. Please contact Paulette for details.
- No cost to community volunteers (i.e. the many non-gardeners who give of their time to tend the Garden).
- We welcome new gardeners, volunteers and 4-H youth members!
- Coming in 2021...irrigation system!
- Water tap with industrial hose & watering system
- Rain barrels with watering cans
- Picnic table; benches and extra chairs
- No chemical gardening (no spraying); mainly organic and/or heritage seeds; untreated seedlings; as “organic” as possible.
Amenities in Westmount Park
- Access to community centre for hall bookings (based on current regulations).
- Splash pad
- Play centre, swings, and benches
- Outdoor adult fitness equipment
- Walking paths
Thank you to our generous supporters!
"Friends of the 4-H Garden"
- Sudbury Clever Clovers 4-H Club
- Individual community volunteers
- 4-H Canada
- Sudbury Community Garden Network
- Greater Sudbury
- Farm Credit Canada
- Canadian Tire New Sudbury
- DeSimone Foot & Ankle Centre
- Equipment North
- Nickel Lodge No. 427
- RBC Grant Program
- Sudbury Credit Union
- Ward 8 Community Action Network (CAN)