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Wilkesboro Cub Creek Community Garden

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Thank you for your interest in the Wilkesboro Cub Creek Community Garden. The garden was created in 2011 from a $7,000 grant through the Wilkes County Health Department from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for Childhood Nutrition, a $1,000 grant from Walmart, Extension plant sale funds, and private contributions. On, May 7, 2011, the garden was opened for gardeners to join. In 2017, 47 additional raised beds were completed bringing the total plots available to rent to 55. The Cub Creek Community Garden is now full for the season if you would like to be added to the waitlist please fill out the form below.

Cub Creek Community Garden Waitlist

There is a small annual rental fee ($20) associated with renting a community garden plot. This covers shared access to tools, as well as some fertilizers, soil amendments, and pesticides. All gardeners are required to abide by Community Garden policies.

2023 Cub Creek Garden Rights, Privileges, Responsibilities, and Obligations 

Each rental fee covers the rental of one raised bed plot. On occasion, you may be invited by fellow gardeners to share in their harvest, or exchange help for bounty. In 2021, gardeners grew over 4,280 lb of produce at Cub Creek!

If you would like to learn more about the gardens history check out People Doing Good for Others Show 64 ” 

Wilkesboro Cub Creek Garden layout

Butterfly-shaped garden