Drew Park Community Garden
The Town of Fairfield's Community Garden plots are located at Drew Park at the end of Warde Terrace (220 Warde Terrace). The Tree Warden oversees the Garden.
The mission of the Community Garden is to provide a limited number of garden plots of varying sizes, sited on public land, and to make them available to all individuals and their families who reside in the Town of Fairfield. These plots are for the sole purpose of the cultivation of vegetables, herbs and flowers by the assigned plot holders who are encouraged to follow organic and sustainable gardening practices. The aim is to offer a communal, recreational and learning experience through the exchange of horticultural knowledge with each other, which is healthy and nourishing for the body, the mind and the land itself. Produce may be grown for personal consumption or gifted to those in need.
Click here to view the Guidelines for having a plot at the Community Garden.
Obtaining a Plot
There is currently a wait list for a spot at the garden. You must be a Fairfield resident to obtain a spot. Contact the Tree Warden to be placed on the wait list.
Once a spot is available the resident must submit a Community Gardens Registration Form. Gardeners who have maintained their plots in accordance with the Community Garden guidelines will have the right to retain their assigned plots from the previous year if so desired.
There are 46 plots of varying sizes. They are all raised beds. Plots can be shared. Click here to see a layout of the plots.
Click below to view photographs of the Drew Park Community Garden.