community garden

Gardening is Good for the Mind and Soul

Don’t have a yard for a garden?  The Mason Community Garden has a plot just for you!

The Mason Community Garden is led by a group of local resident gardening volunteers who want to share the passion for their hobby with others.

Volunteers assign plots and provide administrative support to the program.  The City provides a location for the garden plots, assists with tilling the soil for the start of the growing season, provides wood chip for pathways and a composting area, trash pickup and water on site.

The rest is up to you and your own growing techniques and enthusiasm!

Community Garden plots for the 2024 season are now full. Please note that plots are given out on a first come, first serve basis and due to high demand, only one plot is assigned to each applicant. The garden is located on Stitt Road, just south of Mars Hill Academy.

Vegetables and flowers grown by participants are used for their families, friends and neighbors or donated to Mason Food Pantry or other local charitable pantries.

Community gardening is fun, relaxing and a great way to make new friends and enjoy the outdoors.  Mason’s Community gardeners are very helpful and enjoy sharing their knowledge and experience with others.

Join us in “growing” Mason’s culture of wellness.

If you have questions about the garden, please contact the volunteers at [email protected].