Established in 2012 with 25 beds, the Lilburn Community Garden has more than doubled in size to 58 beds, including 6 handicapped accessible
easy access beds. We continue our mission of: creating an opportunity for local residents to grow food; cultivating community interaction and fun across all ages, cultures and income levels; providing a learning environment for organic sustainable growing practices; and beautifying downtown Lilburn. Our vision is to grow our community by creating and sustaining a community garden to nourish the body, to nurture the spirit and to encourage learning.​

Our Board:

We are a group of individuals from the Lilburn area who are joined together by an interest in gardening. Members "rent" a garden bed for a year and may grow vegetables, fruit or flowers. During growing season (April - October) we offer gardening classes (beginners and experienced folks are welcome) on select Saturdays - check our Facebook page for dates, times and topics. We encourage members to donate any excess produce to Lilburn Co-op. The Board maintains one bed exclusively for the Co-Op. Anyone can tour the garden and enjoy the view but picking produce is exclusive to the families who planted and nourished their gardens.

History

What  is Lilburn

Community Garden

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 Julie McBride                  Mandy McManus                     Selina Clevenger                             Angie Ballard     

 President                           Vice President                                Secretary                                         Treasurer 

             

Elizabeth Cherney            Diana DePina                          Tricia Clayton                                  Cathy Warner

 member-at-large               member-at-large                       member-at-large                              member-at-large