• CCC Community Gardens

    Community GardensYou don’t need your own backyard to enjoy gardening. Use one of the spaces available at the Clackamas Community College Community Gardens on the Oregon City campus.

    You can reserve the use of a plot at CCC’s Community Gardens for about $40 a year. Here you can create a mini garden where you can grow your own vegetables, fruits and flowers. And working alongside fellow gardeners is an added bonus to the community garden experience.

    For more information on community gardening at CCC, contact Student Activities at 503-594-3040 or email communitygarden@clackamas.edu .

    General Info:

    • Garden plots are approx. 20' X 20'
    • Cost is $40 per plot/Year (January 1-December 31)
    • Water is available (bring your own hose!)

    Continuing Gardeners

    If you'd like to renew your garden spot(s), please fill out a Renewal Application and Liability Waiver. Deadline is December 31, of each year for renewal applications. After January 1 of each year, New Gardener Applications will be considered.

    New Gardeners

    If you are new to the CCC Community Gardens, please fill out a New Gardener Application and a Liability Waiver. Applications for new gardeners will be accepted after January 1.

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