There are several community gardens in the Newburyport area.
New Eden Garden at The First Parish Church of Newbury
20 High Road, Newbury, MA
The New Eden Collaborative of First Parish Church brings together individuals, families, and organizations in a mission to model an environmentally and ethically sustainable Community.The Gardens were designed to give participants the skills and satisfaction that growing crops in an environmentally sustainable manner with other gardeners brings. Alternatives to synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides are incorporated and our practices are guided by National Organic Standards.
Nourishing the North Shore Community Garden
West Newbury, MA
New in 2019. Memberships Include:
Season rental of 10’ x 4’ raised be
NNS Membership (discounted prices on classes and more)
Optional garden support (vacation garden care and harvest)
One 5 gal pail of organic compost
$5 coupon to NNS seedling sale
Free use of all shared garden tool
Free access to water
Support from NNS staff
Harvest edible landscape: blueberries, blackberries, etc. (with respect to harvest limits)
The Community Garden at Battis Farm
South Hampton Road, Amesbury, MA
The Amesbury Community Garden Group manages a community garden located near the entrance to Battis Farm. Each summer you’ll find this area busy with residents, tilling, planting, watering, weeding and harvesting their veggies.
Those interested in having a plot should pick up an application from The Office of Community and Economic development at City Hall. Garden plots are assigned on a first-come first-served basis. Plots cost a small fee. See the application for more details or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Salisbury Community Garden
181 Beach Road, Salisbury, MA.
The Salisbury Community Garden is located at 181 Beach Road. The access/parking for the garden is located on Old County Road, signage is in the parking lot.
The garden season typically runs from April-November, dawn to dusk, weather-permitting. For more information, please contact Bart McDonoughat email@example.com or 978-463-2266.
Bradstreet Farm Community Gardens