Presented by Chippewa Falls Parks, Recreation, and Forestry and University of Wisconsin – Extension Chippewa County. Bloomer, Chippewa Falls, and New Auburn each provide unique gardening
A communal garden is also available to those who wish to garden but will not be renting a plot. All plot holders are greatly encouraged to (and many do) donate some of their produce to the hungry at
Featuring shared and individual garden plot options. Sixty gardeners garden together and put in volunteer hours in the shared plot. There are 50 rental plots in the individual garden. Shared
The Eau Claire County extension office offers garden plots for rent plus a small 8'x12' greenhouse for seedlings in the spring and to extend the growing season with cold crops in the
The County Extension office sponsors a free kids’ garden for all school-aged children during the summer months. Community Youth Gardens are located at McDonough Park and North River
Located near the pavilion, 14-16 15'x15' plots are available and cost $25 (reduced rates available for low-income individuals and families). Water hookup and hoses available. Lakeshore Park
Each plot measures 20 x 25 feet. Half plots are $15, one plot is $25, two is $50, three is $75, four is $100. Raised beds also available.
Get involved with the Phoenix Park community garden on Forest St. by networking with Andrew Werthmann.
This garden features at least 24 plots. Plots are 10'x20' for $25 or 20'x20' $35. Water on-site with hoses to share. Garden will be enclosed with a nine foot deer fence.
Neighborhood associations or groups interested in starting a community garden in Eau Claire can contact Eau Claire Parks and Recreation.