Garden of Hope

Have you ever thought about growing a garden but didn't have room or just weren't sure how to go about it? Through the Garden of Hope you can adopt a small or large plot to grow vegetables for your family while donating a portion of your produce to local food banks!

NEW SITE: The Garden of Hope project is now located in the vacant lot across from 109 Canterbury Drive, Clarksville, TN 37043. This location is in the neighborhood behind Barksdale Elementary School (off Madison Street and about a block from Coy-Lacy Park) All gardeners or organizations are required to complete an application form to adopt a plot. A $25 deposit per adoptee and a plot fee of $10.00/10x10 plot is due by May 5th, 2013. o The $25 deposit shall be returned to adoptee at the end of the gardening season if the plot is maintained and cleaned up according to the guidelines. If a plot is abandoned or neglected during the growing season, the deposit will not be refunded. Any excess produce shall be donated to designated food banks in Clarksville-Montgomery County, TN.

Contact Karla Kean at 931-648-5725 or to adopt a plot.


Listing last updated on Apr 25, 2013

The Garden of Hope project coordinators will provide tomato and bell pepper plants to adoptees and seed packets as available . Adoptees are encouraged to donate a portion of their produce to designated food banks!

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