The South End Community Gardens represent a leading feature for creating a sustainable & healthy community, as they provide nourishment, exercise, and tranquility. Residents are encouraged to take ownership of these spaces; the collaboration does not set guidelines on what can be grown, or who can use the space.  The use of these gardens is free, and the spaces are open & available for all to enjoy. 

Locations

What Is It?

If you're interested in owning your own plot of land for growing purposes, please contact Graycee Ray at albanysouthendgreen@gmail.com 


For quick gardening tips, visit  

The Radix Center.

Community Gardens

Get Involved

  • Our Children's Garden-            43 Catherine St.
  • Creighton Storey Garden-           Hawk Street & 3rd Ave.
  • Permaculture Garden-                    92 Catherine St.
  • Six Blocks Garden-                            Broad St. & Alexander St.
  • Trinity/Emmaus Garden-

​                    15 Trinity Place

  • 48 Alexander Street Garden
  • 121 4th Avenue Garden