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Mount Washington Arboretum Community Vegetable Garden

The Mount Washington Arboretum Community Vegetable Garden (MWACVG) is managed and enjoyed by a group of Mount Washington families who love getting together to appreciate the sun, soil, and joy of growing their own food. It is an organic garden located near the entrance of the Mount Washington Arboretum at Kelly Avenue and Lochlea Road. Decisions about what we will grow and how we work are made together in order to fully harness the knowledge, skills and enriching diversity of everyone involved. Garden members also manage a set of bee hives located toward the back of the arboretum and explore permaculture projects that reduce waste and integrate the garden with the surrounding ecosystem. Meals using MWACVG produce are prepared and delivered to a local charity most weekends during the growing season. The MWACVG members continually seek community involvement understanding that we will be at our best when fully woven into the fabric of the wonderful City of Baltimore we call home.

The garden is managed together by the entire group of dues paying members, and individual gardening plots are no longer available. Each season, we conduct an assessment of our membership and invite new members when space is available. If you are interested in joining, please send an email to Thanks.


*Please note this is not the same as the Eric Waller Community Gardens at the Northwest Park.