South Lansing Urban Gardens (SLUG) currently has 4 community gardens under its wing. Click the pictures below for information on each garden, including location and registration forms!
Salvation Army • Cavanaugh Park • Webster Farm • Garden of Grace
Interested in having your very own garden plot at one of these gardens?
Thanks to the Garden Project for their assistance with these gardens. Anyone involved with SLUG wanting to register as a community gardener with the Garden Project can find information here
The garden serves as a community meeting space, with 16 10' x 10' plots open for families to grow food for themselves and their neighbors. These community garden plots surround 8 raised beds bursting with produce to be donated directly to the Salvation Army's new food pantry and free lunch program.
If you are interested in gardening at Salvation Army Community Garden, contact Tony Tickler at Anthony_Tickler@usc.salvationarmy.org or 394-6945.
Interested in volunteering at the garden?
We have plenty to do and are always in need of volunteers. Contact email@example.com or (517) 374-5700 if you are intersted in helping!
In an astounding effort to revitalize their park, the Cavanaugh Park Neighborhood Association has cleared underbrush, created walking paths, developed their own Master Plan, and is now gearing up to start a community garden.
The neighborhood wants to see the park used for positive activity. They envision a garden filled with friends talking and children playing while gardeners work to grow delicious food. This garden will serve as a neighborhood gathering place, featuring community plots, donation beds, and a large pumpkin patch.
The garden is located in Cavanaugh Park (at the end of Tenny St.) and space is filling quickly at the new garden. All community plots are 10' x 10'.
If you are interested in becoming a part of this garden, contact Toni Teachout, firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in volunteering at Cavanaugh Park Community Garden?
We have plenty to do and are always in need of volunteers. Contact at email@example.com or (517)374-5700 if you are intersted in helping!
Webster Farm Community Garden
Located at Grace United Methodist Church (1900 Boston Blvd), Grace U.M.C., South Lansing CDA and The Garden Project are excited to provide a community gardening opportunity. This garden is a community gathering space hosting 12 community garden plots (10'x10'), a donation garden and a memorial garden. For more information on volunteering (on workdays or in the donation garden), please contact SLCDA.
View Photos of A Garden of Grace here!
Interested in volunteering at A Garden of Grace?
We have plenty to do and are always in need of volunteers. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (517)374-5700 if you are intersted in helping!
The Webster Farm Community Garden project in south west Lansing is a collaborative effort involving South Lansing Community Development Association, Ingham County Land Bank’s Garden Program, the Garden Project of the Greater Lansing Food Bank, community gardeners from the former Jolly Grove Garden, neighborhood residents, and many more. We are also happy to have dozens of families from refugee and immigrant populations involved in the visioning, planning, and gardening of the nearly 2 acre Webster Farm.
Interested in volunteering at Webster Farm?
Thanks to Sarah Surline for continuing as garden coordinator at Webster Farm after the relocation from Jolly Grove. She is in need of people to help with the youth program.
We have plenty to do and are always in need of volunteers. Contact Sarah at email@example.com
if you are intersted in helping!
Potter Walsh Community Garden
We're still growing... pictures and details coming soon!