The Stoughton Community Garden Project engages Stoughton families, seniors, and youth in a cooperative, healthy intergenerational project. Beginners and experts welcome!
We currently have 12 garden plots assigned to 10 groups of garden partners (made up of youth, seniors, and family members working together) located at the Stoughton Youth Commission/Council on Aging at 110 Rockland Street. Our basic plot design is the SquareFoot garden method created by Mel Bartholomew.
We also have 4 table top gardens (beautifully designed and built by Ed Foley). These are unassigned and available for anyone interested in helping care for them and willing to share the produce freely. The table top gardens are growing strawberries, herbs, and vegetables.
For more information or to get involved next season, please call Project Coordinator Teresa Tapper at 781-341-2252, (x9453).
- Click here to view our Growing Guide.
- For up to date news on the garden view our Facebook page!
- Come learn more about the Stoughton Community Garden Project at one of our upcoming information sessions.