We operate or support roughly 60 community gardens

and urban farms in Providence, Pawtucket & Central Falls, RI

Due to the demand for plots, many community gardens have waitlists. To find out about specific properties and get on a waitlist, reach out to their contacts below. For information about community gardens throughout Rhode Island, visit the Public Lab website.

SCLT-owned properties

These gardens are directly managed by SCLT. (See orange tabs in map below.) We prioritize giving plots to people who live within 1 mile of each garden. If you’re interested in gardening in one of the community gardens we manage below, please fill out the waitlist form or contact Andrew Cook at (401) 273-9419, ext. 107

  • Somerset Street Community Garden
  • Applegate Community Garden
  • Brattle Community Garden
  • Burnett Community Garden
  • Charles Street Community Garden
  • Dexter Street Community Garden
  • Galego Community Farm
  • Garfield Park Community Garden
  • Glenham & Glenham 2 Community Gardens
  • Greenwich Street Community Garden
  • Janes Street Community Garden
  • Laura Street Community Garden
  • Manton Bend Farm & Community Garden
  • Mystic Miner Community Garden
  • Peace & Plenty Community Garden
  • Potters Ave & Potters Ave 2 Community Gardens
  • Prairie North Community Garden
  • Sideyard Community Garden
  • Somerset Community Garden
  • Somerset-Hayward Youth Enterprise Farm
If you already have a plot and want to use a credit card to pay your plot fee, or to reimburse SCLT for supplies, please click here.

City-owned properties

These gardens are located on City Park land around Providence. Gardens are open to anyone in the surrounding community to join. For general information about forming or joining a community garden in your neighborhood, please email the Providence Parks Department Community Gardener in Residence at parkscginfo@providnceri.gov.

Other Community Gardens

These gardens are owned and managed by local agencies, churches, and schools. Each keeps its own waitlist, though SCLT partners with them to provide gardening resources and training to members. If you’re interested in gardening in one of these gardens, please get in touch with the contacts listed here.