Summit Community Gardens

A nonprofit organization

$32,433 raised by 199 donors

93% complete

$35,000 Goal


Summit Community Gardens creates opportunities for the community to gather, learn, and grow through events, classes on garden education, and places where people can grow their own food. We grow to give back to our community.

We encourage the land to thrive as open space, as a beautiful haven of native plants, flowers, and trees. We feed the bees, which in turn help feed us. We inspire the community to learn, to grow on their own. We learn to feed our families, and to appreciate the journey from seed to plate. We are a space to gather, to learn, and to grow.

Each season, we grow, harvest, and donate over 1,000 pounds of organic produce to help provide food security. Given the increased need due to COVID-19, we plan to donate over 1,500 this season! What really makes our program unique is that we are the only local organization that grows fresh produce with the intention of donating it to those in need.  We fight hunger by delivering free weekly CSA baskets, donating from our weekly harvest to the CCPC food pantry, and accepting SNAP and Double Up Food Bucks at our farm stand. 

Since 2015, Summit Community Gardens (SCG) partnered with Summit County, The Summit Land Conservancy, and Basin Recreation to create and operate a 1.5-acre garden located in the Snyderville Basin. This space is now home to 134 community garden plots, perennial demonstration beds, vegetable demonstration beds, a beehive, a kids’ garden, an orchard, a hops garden, and a compost center.  

The garden is always open to our community to Gather, Learn, and Grow!

EIN: 47-3560666

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Summit Community Gardens


4056 Shadow Mountain Drive
Park City, UT 84098

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