Welcome

Welcome to the Helena Community Gardens site!

HCG is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to making garden space accessible to all Helenans. We currently maintain nine gardens in the area, and are working on adding more.
Click the tabs above to learn more, including how you can get your own garden plot.  We also actively update our facebook page, so be sure to check there, also!

HCG Releases Impact Survey

In 2016, Helena Community Gardens surveyed current gardeners and garden managers.  After the results were compiled, they were studied and analyzed.  This survey will help for future planning, and also give a snapshot of who the organizations currently serves.

Thank you to the group who worked so hard on this:  Libby Khumalo, Patricia Christian, and Asha Consultants!

Link to survey:  Helena Community Gardens Impact Survey

Helena Food Collaborative Free Dinner!

Join HCG and other organizations for a free community dinner, Sunday, September 25th from 4-6pm.  Sponsored by The Helena Food Collaborative and hosted by Helena Food Share.

This Open House event is for all community members and will feature food made with locally grown produce prepared by high school chefs with help from Margaret at Benny’s Bistro.

Come enjoy live music along with information on community groups working to support the local food systems in and around Helena. The entire family is welcome! Please bring your own chair.
AERO – Alternative Energy Resources Organization
Helena Community Gardens
Kids Hunger Coalition
Cultivate Helena
Helena Food Share
Helena’s North Valley Cooperative CSA
Lewis and Clark County Extension
United Way of the Lewis & Clark Area
Helena Food Collaborative
Benny’s Bistro

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Thank You!

We are *SO EXCITED* to announce HCG has received a $3,000 grant from Town Pump Charitable Foundation!
This money will go towards a new shed at Selma Held garden, and updated watering system and soil improvements at Bausch garden.
We are so grateful for Town Pump and the Kenneally family!
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