The Lewisburg Community Garden is a joint project between Bucknell University and the Borough of Lewisburg. Through the generosity of the Borough of Lewisburg, the garden will be using the parcel of land located on the Southeast corner of the North Water Street and St. Anthony's Street Intersection.

Our Growing Goals

  • Increasing access to fresh, healthy, low-cost, locally grown food.
  • Educating students and community members about home gardening benefits and techniques.
  • Enhancing awareness of food insecurity and the need for nutritious options.
  • Creating cooperative, multi-generational learning opportunities between campus and local community.

Digging into the Garden

The Lewisburg Community Garden features individual plots for groups, families or individuals interested in gardening. In addition, a larger area worked by student and community volunteers will provide produce to be distributed to local hot meal programs and other food programs in the hopes of increasing access to healthy food options and lowering operation costs.

If you are interested in participating as a grower or volunteer, find out more at the Garden's Google Site.

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