Community Gardens in Orange County

Not a resident of Huntington Beach? Many cities have community gardens where their residents can grow their own food, and feel grounded in our busy world.

As a non-resident, you can support Organic Gardening in Huntington Beach by becoming a member of HBCG. It is only $10 to join, and as a 5013(c) non-profit, we welcome your private donations as well as company and corporate support. Simply go to the “Membership” link, above to get started!

Thriving spaces in O.C.

While the Huntington Beach Community Garden has grown and thrived, it’s far from alone when it comes to gardens in Orange County. Call the Parks or Recreation department of your city to find the location and details of being involved with your garden.

Cities with community gardens include:

Anaheim (multiple locations)
Buena Park
Costa Mesa
Dana Point
Garden Grove
Huntington Beach
University of California, Irvine
Laguna Beach
Laguna Woods
Newport Beach
San Juan Capistrano
Santa Ana
Seal Beach

Source: University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners of Orange County


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