Save the Date: March 2, 2019

Your help = productive garden

It's enjoyable & rewarding when fulfilling your 6 volunteer hours & helping our

   garden at the same time! If you take care of any of the items "to do" in the garden, help in one

  of our communitybeds, the orchard, or food bank bed upkeep & harvesting, please note your

  time in the volunteer book in the shed.


Everyone is welcome to help with planting, tending & harvesting these beds. Beds are planted in Spring & as we harvest

from mid-June through mid-September. Harvests are on Thursday from 8-9, after which we deliver fresh produce to

Whitefish North Valley Food Bank.

Going away & can't pick your ripe crop? Have too much of something? Please contribute to our weekly harvest by

telling us your name & bed #.

We will gently pick as directed. 

Grow bags in plastic or fabric are available locally or online. They extend your growing area for potatoes, carrots, & more. 

In 2018 we had over 17 grow bags

in the garden!

Garden To-Do List

  • Remove grass/weeds from around your bed       
  • Place a few inches of wood chips on weeded paths
  • Empty trash bin, load new bag & remove trash to your local pickup
  • Change water in the tool rinse bucket
  • Sweep out shed + organize tools in and out

Need seeds? Have extras?

Go to our seed sharing box in the shed.

An Organic Community Garden In Whitefish, Montana

Thank you members, for our successful 10th season of the community garden!

Check here & our documents page late  February for info on our 2019 season

Come grow with us!

Choose from a variety of beautifully wrapped seasonal baskets.

PLEASE! Latch the garden gate after you enter + after you leave.

Special Offers

Disclaimer: Whitefish Community Garden does not guarantee, approve, or endorse the information or products available on any of the linked websites.

Grow bags in the garden

Better for you than table sugar

Gift Baskets

Save 25% on cold pack honey now through November 5.

Our 10th Season Of Growing Food & Cultivating Community

53 raised beds for families & individuals, including 7 beds dedicated to food bank harvest.

We also grow in shared member beds: herbs, berries, asparagus, flowers & fruit orchard with apples, plums, & cherries

Gardeners, please:

  • Gently turn off water & coil hose after use
  • Rinse tools after use & put away
  • Cut down large stalks for compost
  • Thank those who have contributed to us for their generous donations of seeds, tools, and more: The Good Seed Co., Nelson's Hardware + 3rd Street Market.

Check the give-n-take table by garden gate

All members are responsible for 6 volunteer hours

outside their bed & keeping the path

around their bed clear of weeds.

There is always something to do in the garden:

change water in the tool rinse bucket, weed a path, add wood chips where needed, sweep the shed, empty the trash, etc. Please note your time in book in shed - we use volunteer info when applying for garden grants, etc.

Look around, see what needs doing, do it & thank you!