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Unity Gardens
Gardening plots, outdoor event space and youth art & adventure park

Unity Garden Mission

The mission of the Unity Gardens is to collectively grow diverse food and friendships. The Unity Gardens promote and popularize environmental literacy, community stewardship and healthy, fresh food options by embracing intergenerational learning and culturally diverse gardening.

Gardening program description

The gardening program is comprised of 24 plots that are 4x20 feet. These plots are gardened by individuals from the community, individuals working through other organizations that Sorenson Unity Center partners with, and groups such as Colors of Success that teaches a group of children about gardening, community, and healthy lifestyle. Plots are assigned by need of partnered organizations and random selection of individuals  that apply. We always try to give priority to those within our community and surrounding zip codes.

See pictures and discussion HERE on our Facebook page

 Gardening Applications

Are You Interested in Gardening, But Don't' Have the Space?

 Call 801-535-6533 for more information

 

 

   
   
Rules and Regulations

Please click below to download the  2013 rules and regulations
 
2014 Community Garden Guidelines
 




 
 
Gardening Education Program
In the spirit of encouraging exploration of gardening, Sorenson Unity Center is offering  gardening classes open to the public.
 
These classes are for everyone. Whether you have never gardened before or just want to hear some new techniques.


Check our event page for more information.
Please feel free to contact us to suggest a class topic
   
   
  G-Fresh Program
   
  The G-Fresh Program teaches youths about gardening and business skills through a hands-on project growing basil in the Unity Gardens Community Garden, later to be harvested and made into different blends of pesto that are then sold at the People’s Market in September.

Call 801-535-6533 for more information
   


 
 
 
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