Registration is now open for 2019! You can apply for a plot here.

Buhr Park, Catholic Social Services, Chapel Hill, Clague, County Farm A and B (see note below), Ellsworth, Greenview, Lakewood, Matthaei, Northside, West Park and Zion have filled. We still have plots at:

  • Airport (experienced gardeners, full plots only)
  • Food Gatherers
  • Hillside Terrace
  • Hunt
  • Scio
  • Wines
  • Discovery gardens at Leslie, County Farm and Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living

Note: If you were unable to get a plot at County Farm but would consider a plot in the adjacent site Platt, please email to be added to a wait list. (Platt is not open at this time but might be soon.)

Project Grow provides Ann Arbor–area residents with the space, know-how, and inspiration to grow their own fresh, organic food. Gardens are located throughout the community, many near public transportation, so you can choose a site that's close to home. Project Grow identifies under-developed land, arranges for its use, and maintains it as part of our network of community gardens. We provide raised beds and programs for children, seniors, and gardeners with disabilities, so everyone can participate! Individualized programs can be created for schools, non-profit organizations and special needs gardeners.

Project Grow is a private, non-profit organization that relies on the support of our community for volunteer help, equipment donations, and funding. Please get involved, and grow with us!

Upcoming Events:

Growing Tomatoes and Chilies Organically

Learn about the vast array of tomato and chili varieties that you can grow well in your organic garden, where they come from, what they look like and how to enjoy them. Techniques to start peppers and tomatoes from seed are shared along with tips to increase yields and…

Tips 2: Planting Your Vegetable Garden

If you are a novice gardener, or even an experienced one, attend this class to learn how to garden more effectively and efficiently in 2019. Experienced Project Grow gardener, Marcella Trautmann, will share tips and techniques that have helped her to garden successfully. Topics will range widely, to cover…

Fundamentals of Successful Organic Gardening

Learn how to develop and maintain a successful organic garden. Understand the components of soil life, what they do for plants and how to promote soil health through the use of compost and mulch. Best practices for garden design, soil preparation, variety selection, seed sowing, cultivation, watering and harvesting…

Using Garden Tools Wisely

Tools are designed for specific tasks and work best when they are used accordingly. A variety of tools are intended, therefore, to deal with the many and varied jobs gardeners face: creating garden beds, adding compost, digging holes, uprooting plants, removing weeds, and planting seeds, to name a few.…

Heirloom Vegetable Varieties in the Organic Garden

What is an heirloom vegetable variety? Learn about the incredible number of heirloom vegetable varieties that are available, where they came from, where to get them and why they are particularly well suited for organic gardens. The importance of seed saving is explained and techniques used to maintain heirloom…

Seed Potatoes, Potato Seeds and Sweet Potato Slips

Potatoes and sweet potatoes have an interesting history and are easy to grow. Learn the difference between seed potatoes and potato seed and how to start potato plants from seed as well as how to plant seed potatoes. Learn what a sweet potato slip is, where you can get…

Integrated Pest Management

How do you protect your crops from all the creatures large and small that want to share in your harvest? Learn how healthy plants protect themselves and how a healthy ecology keeps pests in check. Learn how to keep pest outbreaks from occurring and how to get along with…