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The Stone Mountain Community Garden is located at VFW Park and is operated in partnership with the City of Stone Mountain and the DeKalb Extension and Georgia Master Gardeners in DeKalb County. The Stone Mountain Community Garden (SMCG) was founded in 2009 and has been at its current location since 2011. The SMCG consists of 50 individual garden plots which are 4-feet by 12-feet in size, a composting site, herb garden, wildflower patch, and a food pantry garden. The individual garden plots are just that, plots managed and gardened by individuals. The food pantry garden is managed by our Master Gardener partners and volunteers, all produce grown in this area are then donated to the local food pantry. In the past year, the garden has donated over 1,000 pounds of produce to the food pantry.
Interested in gardening with us?
Gardeners are required to sign a yearly use agreement and pay a yearly $25 fee, and commit to volunteering a minimum of 8 hours of service at the garden per year. Money collected is used to supplement the running and management of the SMCG. Use agreements are due by April 30th of each calendar year.
The number of plots is limited. Please contact Chakira Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) to check on plot availability.
Looking to volunteer? Please contact Master Gardener Columbus Brown (email@example.com).
Click here for the Community Garden Use Agreement for individual gardeners. Completed use agreements and fees can be submitted at City Hall to the attention of the Stone Mountain Community Garden. Checks can be made out to Stone Mountain Community Garden.