Broomfield Community Garden Conversation

Let's talk about Community Gardens in Broomfield! Did you know Broomfield has several gardens cultivating food and connections in our community? Check out the resources on this page, learn more about our existing gardens and leave your ideas for community gardens.


Birch Community Garden

The Birch Community Garden is located on Broomfield Salvation Army's property in a quaint residential setting. The Garden contains 18 individual plots and 3 large, food donation plots, which provided over 1000 lbs of donated produce to local organizations in need last year. The Birch Garden partners with Birch Elementary and other local organizations to provide garden-based educational opportunities for children and the community.

Broomfield Crescent Grange Community Garden

The Broomfield Crescent Grange Community Garden is a true communal garden space which is shared, worked, and harvested by all its volunteers. The Crescent Grange has deep agricultural ties and implements permaculture practices. The Garden provides tremendous community outreach by providing many educational workshops and programs geared towards gardening and community engagement.

CenturyLink's Giving Garden

Century Link's Giving Garden was funded entirely by outside donations and built through the exceptional efforts of over 450 volunteers. This Community Garden is set over the beautiful backdrop of the surrounding mountain range and consists of 56 raised beds. A portion of each member's harvest is donated to local food banks through scheduled Harvest Days.

Emerald Elementary School Garden

The Emerald Elementary School Garden works in partnership with the Grow Foundation to enrich student education, engage parents, and help the community address health and environmental issues through their Garden to Table Program. Parent volunteers and teachers work together to maintain 8 raised beds and provide easy to implement, garden based, grade specific lessons to students through hands on learning.

Discovery Church Community Garden

The Discovery Church Community Garden is organized by volunteer church staff and is open to all members of the community to participate. The Garden consists of 21 large garden beds of varying size and produce.


Let's talk about Community Gardens in Broomfield! Did you know Broomfield has several gardens cultivating food and connections in our community? Check out the resources on this page, learn more about our existing gardens and leave your ideas for community gardens.


Birch Community Garden

The Birch Community Garden is located on Broomfield Salvation Army's property in a quaint residential setting. The Garden contains 18 individual plots and 3 large, food donation plots, which provided over 1000 lbs of donated produce to local organizations in need last year. The Birch Garden partners with Birch Elementary and other local organizations to provide garden-based educational opportunities for children and the community.

Broomfield Crescent Grange Community Garden

The Broomfield Crescent Grange Community Garden is a true communal garden space which is shared, worked, and harvested by all its volunteers. The Crescent Grange has deep agricultural ties and implements permaculture practices. The Garden provides tremendous community outreach by providing many educational workshops and programs geared towards gardening and community engagement.

CenturyLink's Giving Garden

Century Link's Giving Garden was funded entirely by outside donations and built through the exceptional efforts of over 450 volunteers. This Community Garden is set over the beautiful backdrop of the surrounding mountain range and consists of 56 raised beds. A portion of each member's harvest is donated to local food banks through scheduled Harvest Days.

Emerald Elementary School Garden

The Emerald Elementary School Garden works in partnership with the Grow Foundation to enrich student education, engage parents, and help the community address health and environmental issues through their Garden to Table Program. Parent volunteers and teachers work together to maintain 8 raised beds and provide easy to implement, garden based, grade specific lessons to students through hands on learning.

Discovery Church Community Garden

The Discovery Church Community Garden is organized by volunteer church staff and is open to all members of the community to participate. The Garden consists of 21 large garden beds of varying size and produce.


Help us find a growing space!

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Where should we grow Broomfield?

Zoom in to find a location you are looking for using the + sign at the bottom right corner of the map. Click, hold and drag the marker of your choice and place it on the map to identify the following:

Green = Garden Location - where you think a garden would be well-used

Grey = Where you Live (or Work) - how close should a community garden should be to its users

Once you place a map point, fill out the short survey! Or use the comment field on the left. Feel free to also upload...

Where should we grow Broomfield?

Zoom in to find a location you are looking for using the + sign at the bottom right corner of the map. Click, hold and drag the marker of your choice and place it on the map to identify the following:

Green = Garden Location - where you think a garden would be well-used

Grey = Where you Live (or Work) - how close should a community garden should be to its users

Once you place a map point, fill out the short survey! Or use the comment field on the left. Feel free to also upload a photo/image to help explain your comment.
Repeat as many times as you'd like!