NH Community Garden Network and Map

  • Community Garden Map

 UNH Extension has created a map of community gardens in New Hampshire to build a network for sharing information among gardeners and organizers.

This interactive map provides the following:  

  • information about community gardens in NH – what each garden offers and how people can get involved  

  • educational resources for community gardens    

  • contact information to connect with other community garden organizers to share new ideas and discuss issues 

  • a place to share your community garden’s donation and volunteer needs  

By completing the linked survey your community garden will become part of a statewide NH community garden network where you can connect with other community gardens and people can learn about your community garden. If you do not want information about your garden to be shared publicly or put on the map, we’d still like to know about your efforts and include you in the network so that we can share ideas, best practices, safety guidelines, etc. You can still fill out the survy, and there will be an option to make your entry be public or not. 



NH Community Gardening Map

View the NH Community Gardens Map



How to Add a Community Garden to the Map

To add a community garden to the map, simply fill out this survey.  It takes about 20 minutes to complete, so get yourself in a comfy place before you start. Unfortunately, there isn’t the ability to save and come back to the survey, so may want to have a photo ready to upload and gather any contact information before you begin. The information that you submit will go directly into the map (if you choose the public option) so please check over any text for accuracy. After the survey is submitted there is the ability to update any information.  

Thank you so much for taking the time to add a community garden to the map and helping to grow a much-needed network of NH’s community gardens where we can learn from one another. 

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Got questions? The Ask UNH Extension Infoline offers practical help finding answers for your home, yard, and garden questions.
Call toll free at 1-877-398-4769, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., or e-mail us at answers@unh.edu.


Urban and Community Natural Resources Field Specialist
Office: Cooperative Extension, Taylor Hall, Durham, NH 03824

Master Gardener Program Manager
Phone: 603-351-3831
Office: Cooperative Extension, Taylor Hall, Durham, NH 03824