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Community Garden Program
Community GardenHave you ever been interested in growing your own tomatoes? Engaging with like-minded gardening aficionados? Intrigued by the slow food movement and farm-to-fork concept? Fishers Parks & Recreation is excited to announce a brand new community garden is coming to Fishers.

Located at Cyntheanne Park, the CGP is a program for residents to rent a 10 foot x 10 foot plot of land to garden for the season. Grow tomatoes, beans, herbs and engage with your neighboring farmers. Gardeners may choose from conventional or organic options. We also offer a limited number of raised 4 foot x 9 foot beds.

Below you will find a number of resources to learn more about the program and how you can get involved. Whether you’re interested in farm-to-fork living, getting your hands dirty, or simply interested in adding fresh vegetables to your kitchen, there are opportunities to grow with us. 

The Community Garden Program is an ongoing partnership between residents and Fishers Parks & Recreation, and while gardeners will be responsible for all prep, maintenance, upkeep and winterization, resources and support will be available to help!

Please visit these related documents to learn more about the program:

2016 Community Garden Program Contract*
2016 Community Garden Program Application Form*
2016 Community Gardener 101
2016 Organic Guidelines
2016 Restricted and Prohibited Plants Policy

*Please print, complete and return these forms to the Fishers Parks & Recreation office located at 11565 Brooks School Road.

Still have questions? Contact Fishers Parks & Recreation at (317) 595-3150.

Special thanks to our 2016 sponsor: 
Shane's Outdoor Living and Landscapes