Easton Garden Works

About Us

Easton’s six community gardens were adopted by GEDP in 2018. Our mission is to serve the Easton community by providing people with fresh fruits and vegetables, giving residents the opportunity to maintain their own plot of green space, fostering a community of individuals interested in sustainability, and making Easton a greener city. Join us for gardening workshops, events, and volunteer days! Stay up to date on our latest events on our Instagram.

“The More you Grow” Workshop Series

Our 2022 workshop series will be chock full of garden insight and hands-on projects: sustainable floristry, beekeeping 101, seed starting, healthy meal prep, and more. Visit our workshop page for a list of what 2022 will offer, and tune in soon for details on when to join us!

Volunteer with us

For all volunteer dates and to sign up, visit our Garden Volunteer Opportunities page. We need your help!

Garden plots

Currently, we are configuring our garden plot maps for the 2022 season. Many are already spoken for! Gardeners must be City of Easton residents. To request a plot, please add your name to our waiting list here. 2022 garden season will open in March (’22) and conclude in November.

See what we’re up to

Follow us eastongardenworks on Instagram and @EastonGardenWorks on Facebook for shenanigans, updates, and a plethora of flowers pics to fill your feed.

Compost Program

Interested in joining the Easton Compost Program? Collect your food scraps to recycle into rich compost. Not only does it reduce your family’s carbon footprint, but it also contributes to growing healthy plants in our gardens & at your home. Our collection site has relocated from behind the Easton Public Market to our Lower Hackett Community Garden. Visit here for more info on the program, and add your name & contact info to our waiting list here to join the program. You can sign up here for our seasonal e-updates.

Garlic Planting & Potluck

October 6 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Earth Day Celebration

April 24 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Seed Library

Our traditional Seed Swap event is back in person after a virtual version last season. Join us to pick up free seeds, swap packets with other gardeners, learn more at our workshop tables, visit with other organizations, and more. Our Seed Library initiative has also been planted in Little Free Libraries near you: Mini seed packs will be available for the taking at our 10th & Pine and Juliana Street Community Garden libraries. Planting instructions for all seeds can be found here.

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