Peninsula Community Garden Association
Supporting Urban Agriculture and Creating Community
The Month's Events
Who We Are
The Peninsula Community Garden Association is an organization that supports urban agriculture and community development in coastal San Diego.
Urban agriculture includes the cultivation, processing and distribution of agricultural products in urban and suburban areas (USDA). Our focus is creating community gardens to provide local San Diegans the opportunity to grow their own food and meet their nutritional needs.
Upcoming Community Events
- Sat, Jun 10College Area Community GardenJun 10, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PMCollege Area Community Garden, Zura Wy, San Diego, CA 92115, USAExplore safe food preservation techniques with the the San Diego Master Food Preservers, including our CACG President, Deanna Chandra. This hands-on workshop will cover a range of topics including dehydration, pickling, and fermentation.
- Multiple DatesSat, Jun 24San Diego
In 2019, Deanna and Tanya submitted a proposal to the city of San Diego for the creation of a Community Garden in Ocean Beach. The proposal was accepted and has been rolled into the Robb Field Gateway Project. The project is moving through the approval phase of construction. We remain optimistic that the City will break ground soon.
Micro-community Garden Grant
The Peninsula Community Garden Association is pleased to offer micro-community garden grants to selected applicants. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Grant money will be awarded in amounts ranging from $50 to $250. The amount of funding awarded will be based on the size of the garden project and number of individuals benefiting from the garden.