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HdGreen Team Community Gardens

Market Street Community Garden One

Market Street Community Garden One The little community garden by…

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Market Street Community Garden Two

Market Street Community Garden Two Coming by way of St.…

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Old Reservoir (OuR) Community Garden

Old Reservoir (OuR) Community Garden Unless you have the luxury…

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Seneca Avenue Community Garden

Seneca Avenue Community Garden The HdG Green Team Seneca Avenue…

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Reach out to our Community Garden Coordinator

We are always interested in ideas for improving and expanding our community garden initiative. By reaching out to us on our contact page we can review, plan, and implement to help us bring even greater benefits of community gardening to Havre de Grace!

I look forward to gardening with you next year!

Carol Zimmerman, Garden Coordinator


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The HdG Green Team started the Community Garden Initiative in 2012 with one pilot garden, located at Market Street 1, and expanded to three more sites in 2013 at Market St. 2, Seneca Avenue, and the Old Reservoir, thereby providing convenient access to garden plots throughout the city and community of Havre de Grace. The Community Gardens provide wonderful opportunity for people who might not have access to a gardening spot at their home. The gardens are great places to make new friends and share growing tips and recipes.


To become a community gardener requires only a small annual fee for a 10’ x 10’ plot (with a maximum of two plots per gardener) and sharing in common tasks with other gardeners at their site. Each gardener decides what to plant and can make raised beds or other improvements to their plot. Water is available from large tanks at each site. Gardeners agree to abide by a set of common-sense rules established for all the gardens, as stated in the Green Team garden application form 2020 (pdf).


Oversight of the Community Gardens is provided by a site leader for each garden.  In addition, a garden committee comprised of the four garden site leaders, a second representative from each garden, and the community garden chair is responsible for budgeting, marketing, and policy matters, as well as providing general leadership to their respective gardens.


In addition to the efforts of volunteer gardeners, the gardens are made possible by the generous support of other organizations and individuals, which to date have included:

The community gardeners have held garden parties to formally recognize our supporters.

Garden Party 2017 at the Frank Hutchens Park!
HdG Green Team Community Garden Party 2015
HdG Green Team Community Garden Party 2014
HdG Green Team Community Garden Party 2013
HdG Green Team Independence Day Float 2013
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