Harvard Community Garden

The Harvard Community Garden is an inclusive social and educational space on campus; a place to meet friends, grow and eat great food, learn about agriculture’s connection to the global environment and human health, and get your hands dirty. Located at the intersection of Mt. Auburn Street and Holyoke Place, the garden is run by a committed group of undergraduates partnered with the Center for Health and the Global Environment at HMS, and with the support of HUDS, FAS, OFS, and the FMO. The Community Garden is always open to new members who would like to develop gardening skills, learn about sustainable and urban agriculture, cook delicious local food, or just to join a wonderful community of friends!

If you are interested in the garden, please email harvardgardeners@gmail.com, or visit our website and blog at garden.harvard.edu.