The Community Garden at Cathy Robinson Park was built by the Town of Snowmass Village in 2019 to replace the garden that was displaced by the expansion of the new fire station on Owl Creek Road. It consists of 27 spots ranging in size from 20 square feet to 30 square feet, and provides community members the opportunity to grow organic produce who otherwise would not have the space to do so.
The community garden also supports the Town Council's strategic goals of community building, resiliency, and environmental sustainability. The fencing was even constructed out of reused materials from the old rodeo ground bleachers in an effort to promote and showcase sustainable practices.
Community Garden Rules:
Are you interested in joining the community garden? Make sure you read, understand, and agree to the Community Garden Rules.
The new community garden at Cathy Robinson Park is now open for registrations, on a first come, first served opportunity. Once all of the the spaces are filled, the Town will be taking names on a wait list. Follow the instructions below to sign up for a plot: