Community Gardens

The Billings Parks and Recreation Department is working on the first public Community Garden Project at Amend Park. The Department recognizes the need for community gardens in Billings and that they are an essential part of the community.The garden will be providing education and access to fresh,affordable, healthy, local food.

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About the Garden

  • Located on the northeast corner of Amend Park off of S Billings Blvd
  • One acre in size, with various plot sizes available: 5′ X 10′, 10′ X 10′ or 20′ X 20′
  • Open May-October
  • Water hook ups will be available near each plot (all plot owners are responsible for watering their own plot).
  •  All skill levels are welcomed
  • Educational courses will be held throughout the summer to help gardeners along the way
  • All gardeners will be able to sign up to have a garden mentor who will help them throughout the growing season.

Upcoming Events

Parade of Gardens: August 9th from 5-9PM. Come tour the community gardens of Billings. Start at the Good Earth Market to pick up your Passport to take to the following gardens: Billings Head Start’s School Garden, RiverStone Health’s WIC garden, St. Andrew’s Community Garden, Chrysalis Acres Community Garden and the Amend Park Community Garden. For more information visit the event page on Facebook:

Summer Programing

  • Green Thumb Camp : Ages 5-7 from 8:30-10 and Ages 8-10 from 10:30-12:30. For more information visit
  • Playhouse and Adventure Camps: These camps through the recreation side of the department will be at the garden site throughout the growing season. 
  • Garden Educational Workshops: Free for plot owners, $10 for community members. Topics include Planting, May 17th, Common Problems, June 28th, Preserving, September 13th.
  • Nutrition Workshops:Free for plot owners, $10 for community members. Topics include Eating the Colors of the Rainbow on July 26th and Sharing Healthy Recipes on August 16th, 

How to Apply

  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Return the completed application to the Parks and Recreation Office or email it to Liz Prather or Elizabeth Schlobohm (email addresses below)

Click here to download a plot application

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Help construct the garden
  • Help with garden maintenance
  • Teach a class
  • Become a mentor
  • Be on the Garden Advisory Board

Click here to download a volunteer application

For more information about volunteering, applying for a garden plot, or donating to the garden please contact Liz Prather at or Elizabeth Schlobohm at

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