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Lexington Manor Passive Park Community Garden

Promote health & exercise

Working in the garden will provide an outlet for stress through physical exercise. The garden will also make it easier to incorporate fresh produce into your diet.

Create A Community Gathering Space

Located in the heart of Lexington Park, the garden will be a place for community members to meet and work together. Events and educational programs will also be hosted at the garden.

Provide Fresh Produce

We are in need of accessible, healthy food — this garden will provide exactly that! Community members can take the produce they need at no cost. All excess produce will be donated to local food banks.

About The Garden


The garden plot is in Lexington Manor Passive Park, nearby the Post Office. Next time you’re at the park, keep an eye out for the Community Garden sign!

ADA Accessible & Open To All

The garden will have ADA-accessible tiles and paths, as well as garden beds on legs to allow gardeners to work while seated.

The large garden beds will be open to all select hours of the week and shared among community members. During harvest, community members can take the produce they need. Excess produce will be donated to local food banks.


We have the plot ready and we’ll be breaking ground soon! We have the funds for construction, but we still need to raise money for operations.

The Current Model

The large beds on the left will be shared by the community and the beds on the right will be available for private use through seasonal rent.

Get Involved

Volunteer – Rent a Plot – Join the Garden Steering Committee

Fill out this form and see where you’d like to fit in!

As a non-profit organization, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses like you. We currently have funds for the basic construction of the garden, but we still need operating funds.

Check out our sponsorship tiers below:

Your Donations will fund:

  • Replacement tools & tiles
  • Toolshed
  • Mulch
  • Top Soil
  • Hoses
  • Starter plants/seeds
  • Staff
  • Irrigation

Receive Tax Credits!

Businesses and individuals that donate $500 or more can earn tax credits equal to 50% of the value of the money, goods, or real property contribution.

And of course, all donations are tax-deductible!

Learn more about the Community Investment Tax Credit below.

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