Community Partner Gardens

The Community Partner Gardens program assists community groups, faith-based organizations, neighborhood associations, and other non-profits with having successful vegetable gardens.  Organizations can sign up as a Community Partner Garden member with KCCG to receive technical assistance and access low-cost gardening resources. Across the metropolitan area, local nonprofits are improving service to their clients through gardening with assistance from KCCG, providing food and opportunities for nutrition education, skills development, recreation, and therapy to their clients, including seniors and those with mental and physical disabilities.


Want To Start A Community Garden?

Want to start a community partner garden? Schedule a site visit with one of our community partner garden coordinators. They will come out to look at your site, get you signed up, and connected to the resources needed to get your group growing. Click on the link below to schedule a site visit.

CPG Resources

Low-cost Gardening Resources

KCCG offers the following low-cost resources for our CPGs:

  • seeds and plants
  • garden tilling
  • garden tools and supplies:  tomato cages, straw, cotton burr compost, organic controls
  • fertilizer
Technical Assistance

One of the most valuable resources that KCCG has to offer is technical assistance from KCCG staff.  We can provide assistance with:

  • site selection and site development plan
  • determining garden infrastructure (fencing, water, raised beds, etc)
  • plant selection and planting plan
  • garden planting, maintenance advice and harvesting
  • facilitation of group meetings to determine mission and vision for garden
  • development of outreach plan to promote garden in your community

KC Grow: Water Access Program helps Kansas City, MO community groups and farmers access water for their gardens and farms. Increased water access makes it easier to grow more food in Kansas City, increasing the amount of nutritious food available in our community.

The purpose of Sprout Micro Grants is to assist community groups with establishing or expanding their capacity to produce food through gardening. Sprout Micro Grants are for groups serving populations with limited access to affordable, fresh, locally grown food.

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