LHC Community Gardens

Community Gardens Lansing MI

About

The Lansing Housing Commission has designated plots of land for its residents to garden. Plot sections can be utilized by an individual or shared, and produce fruits, vegetables, or other various plants. The community gardens are not only a great way to grow and harvest your own food, but they also improve fitness, promote neighborhood and community involvement, and allow you to get involved in the local food systems. Each garden site (with the exception of LaRoy Froh) has been paid for and installed by LHC.

The Lansing Housing Commission community garden sites:

How To Become Involved

If you are interested in participating in the community garden and/or want to be assigned a plot section, please fill out the application and email it to your Asset Manager or turn it into the front office. Plot sections are open to LHC residents of all ages. Please see application for further guidelines.

Annual Garden Plot Applications Will Open April 1st

Note: Since the garden at LaRoy Froh belongs to the Greater Lansing Food Bank, registration for this site can be found at their website: https://greaterlansingfoodbank.org/programs/programs/garden-project/2019-garden-project-registration

Additional Resources About Gardening/Food and Nutrition

Primary Communities Served

Lansing

Charlotte

Potterville

DeWitt

Greater Lansing Area