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Last Updated: Jun 25, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Troutman Community Garden Coordinator

Jenneffer Sixkiller

Contact Info:   

(704) 528-2682


Sponsors & Supporters

Sponsored by the Troutman Friends of the Library with special thanks to the following:

  • Sherry Beck, Master Gardener
  • Barbara Boyle, Master Gardener
  • Paul and Wanda Haughton
  • Iredell County Agricultural Extension Office
  • Stock Building Supply
  • Troutman Library Staff

Books from the Catalog

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How community gardens work

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Start a community food garden : the essential handbook

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Community gardens : grow your own vegetables and herbs


Upcoming Events

Updated June 25, 2015:
Are you interested in helping with the Community Garden? We need your help!
Right now, we need:
  • Weeding in the mulch
  • Watering beds
  • Picking crops




What is the Troutman Community Garden?

The Troutman Community Garden is a space to grow organic food in a sustainable way. Unlike other community gardens, our beds and berm are collectively tended and harvested. We need YOUR help to grow our organic garden year round!

A large part of what is harvested will be donated to Help Ministries of Troutman, providing this local food pantry with much-needed fresh produce. The Troutman Community Garden reflects our town's commitment to community and service.

Our mission is to bring people together from the entire community to grow abundant, healthy food- "Tend,Grow, Eat, Share."


April 24, 2015


Things are beginning to grow in the garden:)

Salad Gaden                                                                  Carrots


Community Garden Workday April 1, 2015


The square foot garden has been marked off and seeds have been planted!


Community Garden Workday March 23, 2015


More work has been completed on the garden!


Community Garden Workday March 7, 2015


 Phase 1:

  • Landscape fabric was placed down
  • Three raised beds were constructed, including one handicap accessible bed
  • Soil was placed in beds
  • Mulch was placed on landscape fabric                     

Troutman Community Garden Brochure Preview and Link

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