Notre Dame College Community Garden
Location: 4545 College Road
Garden Manager: Bruce Stevenson
Located on the east end of the Notre Dame College campus, NDC Grows, a campus community garden, was established in summer of 2016 with support from the Legacy Village Community Fund. The fenced-in garden includes 17 4′ x 8′ raised beds, eight of which will be available to community members. College students and summer programs will utilize nine beds. Gravel paths surround the beds with most plots accessible on four sides. A cistern is on site to provide water captured from the roof of an adjacent composting facility. Basic garden tools and hoses are available. Compost generated from the College’s food and waste reduction initiatives, may be available to community plots.
For more information on NDC Grows, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To request a plot in the Notre Dame College Community Garden “NDC Grows” and become a South Euclid community gardener complete the form at https://www.onesoutheuclid.org/secg/. Email email@example.com for more information.
The Notre Dame College Community Garden is part of the One South Euclid Community Gardens Project
Beginning in 2012, One South Euclid took over management of the city’s community garden program. The gardens were initially created as part of the city’s award-winning Green Neighborhoods Initiative, through funding received from HUD’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) in 2009. With over 120 plots and roughly 3,500 square feet of growing space throughout the city, the opportunity to harvest produce has never been easier.