The Live Oak Grange Community Garden includes over 2,000 square feet of organically grown seasonal fruits and vegetables, along with perennial favorites like raspberries, artichokes, and rhubarb. Our mission as the Garden Committee of the Live Oak Grange is to cultivate an organic, bio diverse community garden that provides a foundation for sustainable living in the Live Oak community.
Meetings are held the 4th Sunday of the month, noon-1pm under the
Council Oak Tree.
There are two pathways
for Grange members
1. RENT A SPACE
Apply to rent a row
($50/year) or half row ($25/year). Available garden
rows are assigned
Download an application to rent a row now!
2. JOIN THE GARDENING
There are several rows that are managed collectively
by members of the garden committee. Members devise a crop plan for the spring
and fall based on what is most exciting for everyone to grow and eat.
Collective garden work days are scheduled throughout the year. Food grown in
the collective garden beds is available to any gardener in the collective
effort and is also intended for the monthly Grange potlucks and community
events at the Grange. To become a member of the gardening collective, one needs
to become a Grange member, pay a $25 annual Garden Committee dues fee, and sign
a collective gardening contract. The $25 collective garden fee is waived for
All gardeners have access to
heirloom seeds from the Seventh Generation Seed Cooperative at the
For questions about joining the garden committee, contact garden committee chair John Bonnet firstname.lastname@example.org
Grange Gardeners - You can pay your annual row rental dues with PayPal!