Cooperative Gardens of Narberth
Promoting gardening and charitable growing in and around Narberth, PA
Hi, all! A friendly reminder that if you are planning on visiting any of our garden sites to please wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
A small garden located behind the Narberth Library growing produce for local food banks and neighbors in need.
A community garden space in the Sabine Park parking lot. Helping people learn about gardening and how to grow food for their families and neighbors.
Building a network of home gardeners, learning and growing together. Local food for our families and those in need.
Our Network in Numbers
community garden plots
beds cultivated for giving
pounds of food donated
Why Garden? It’s simple…
Gardening is a way to connect to the earth and to the people around us. By growing our own food, we can provide a sustainable food source for ourselves, our families, and our communities. By gardening, we are both giving back and moving forward. Join us today as we work to grow a healthier future for all of us!
News & Notes from the Garden
- CGN’s first year: a look back and a commitment to the future.Seven months. It’s been seven months since the Cooperative Gardens of Narberth started- seven months of hard work, community, and plenty of weekly harvest sessions. In those seven months, we’ve established two gardens, one with the sole purpose of growingContinue reading “CGN’s first year: a look back and a commitment to the future.”
- Fall Gardening Event RecapOn Sunday, August 23 we were thrilled to host our first community event in Narberth Park! In attendance were gardeners of all different skill levels, but who were all willing and eager to learn new information and share their ownContinue reading “Fall Gardening Event Recap”
- Maybrook and Beyond: Expanding our Grow Narberth effortsHere at CGN, we are incredibly excited to welcome the Maybrook Apartments Community Garden as part of our Grow Narberth network! Currently, they have 25 gardeners and are planning to expand their garden this fall and into 2021 to dedicateContinue reading “Maybrook and Beyond: Expanding our Grow Narberth efforts”