About us

The Wagon Hill Community Garden opened the summer of 2009 with just nine 10′ x 10′ spaces carved out of the clay in the field. Now, we have more than 100 garden spaces and 80+ gardeners.
With an annual membership, each person cultivates their bed within the garden at Wagon Hill Farm, shares access to tools, water, manure and compost and benefits from periodic community events and garden education programs.
The annual membership fee entitles a gardener to one garden plot. If additional space is available, a gardener can pay a small fee and obtain a second plot.

Wagon Hill Work Days

Wagon Hill Community Garden is maintained through volunteer efforts of the member gardeners, therefore, each member must contribute 4 hours of service in general maintenance of the garden during the season. The second Saturday of each month is designated as a work day. From 9-12 on those days, gardeners work together on garden projects.
In addition to the individual plots, the Wagon Hill Community Garden also cultivates a Food Pantry Bed. Food grown in this bed is distributed to several local Food Pantries.
A community of friendly gardeners, we learn and share together. As our organization expands, our vision is to serve as a resource for all community gardening initiatives in the seacoast New Hampshire area.