Fresh Food Connect

We’re thrilled to announce that Groundwork Denver, Denver Urban Gardens and Denver Food Rescue have won the Innovate for Good award for our project Fresh Food Connect! Fresh Food Connect will help to bring healthy fresh produce to food-insecure families, reduce food waste, and provide jobs to low-income youth. Click here for more information and to support the project!

Helping Kids Get Healthy: Organic Gardening for Youth Educators

You don’t need to be an expert horticulturist to teach gardening to youth, but having a foundation of Colorado-specific gardening knowledge benefits both youth and educators. This full-day intensive workshop is for educators who would like to learn more about horticulture in order to make their garden lessons more effective and meaningful. Click here to register!

DUG Bike Tour

Join DUG staff on Saturday, July 25th for a leisurely bike tour of community gardens in Aurora! All ages and abilities are welcome. RSVP required. Click here for more information and to RSVP!

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About Denver Urban Gardens

Denver Urban Gardens envisions a thriving and connected network of deeply-rooted community gardens, conceived of, cultivated and supported by local residents and institutions throughout the urban neighborhoods of Metro Denver.

DUG manages nearly 150 community gardens in the Metro Denver area, a community farm in Aurora and offers a multitude of training programs designed to empower participants to educate their communities.

Find a Garden

Denver Urban Gardens supports more than 150 community gardens throughout Metro Denver, including 40 school-based community gardens.

Join a Garden

Find out how to join one of our many community gardens here, as well as what it means to be part of a community garden.

Start a Garden

DUG has been building and supporting community gardens in the Denver metro area since 1985. Click here for more information on how to create a community garden with Denver Urban Gardens!