At this time, we have no available plots and our waiting list is closed to new applicants. Those currently on the waiting list will be contacted if any plots become available. Updates on availability will be posted here.
Did you always want to have a garden but don't have access to land? You can realize your dreams by joining the New Paltz Gardens for Nutrition.
Community gardens are common ground for growing plants that feed, heal and give aesthetic pleasure. They are civic spaces where people work and recreate to nourish themselves, their families and friends; the gardeners’ shared labor also builds a stronger sense of belonging to their physical environment and connection to other gardeners. Community gardens are the collective effort of people with the patience and determination to make things grow. Cultural exchanges sprout and new friendships grow among diverse groups of people.
By choosing to be in a community garden, you’ll be gardening in close proximity to others. You can learn from these folks either actively (by asking questions) or passively (by observation). People of different backgrounds garden differently; you may be surprised at what you’ll learn even if you’ve been gardening many years. Gardening mentors are available for members.
Annual Plot Fees:
Full Plot (20' x 30')- $45, $30 Seniors 62+/Disabled
Half Plot (20' x 15' or 10' x 30')- $30, $25 Seniors 62+/Disabled
Membership in the NPGFN community is requested via an application (posted below) for the gardening season. Plots are renewed on a yearly basis. The membership year begins 2/1 and ends 1/31. All returning gardeners must renew by 3/1. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. You do not need to live in New Paltz but do need to live or work close by to be able to properly maintain your plot. Please contact us for plot availability BEFORE sending in your application and payment. Be sure to specify whether you are requesting a full or a half plot.
*NOTE* The gardens are open to members only at this time. We ask that everyone please follow these precautions: