Maintain a Garden, Empower a Community

Join DUG on our first crowdfunding adventure to help us create a fund to maintain and update our community gardens! Click here for more information and to be a part of it!

Denver Pollinator Project Workshop

Denver Urban Gardens and CSU are partnering to learn more about Denver's native pollinators, and DUG community gardeners are invited to join the Denver Pollinator Project (DPP)! The DPP is an interactive citizen science monitoring project through a PhD Ecology project at Colorado State University. Join us to learn about the importance and status of pollinators, how you can increase pollinators in your garden, and how you can help study the abundance and diversity of bees throughout the city of Denver. This event is open to current DUG community gardeners. Click here to register!


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!