Cambodian Seniors Gardening Project
1851 Cerritos Avenue
213-625-3006, vgarcia@ltsc.orgmailto:vgarcia@ltsc.orghttp://www.apioatf.org/gardening_project.htmlshapeimage_2_link_0
Fifth Street Garden
1051 East 5th Street
1st and Elm Organic Community Garden
near First & Elm Streets
Long Beach Community Garden Assn.
Between 605 freeway & El Dorado Nature Center
website, read this articlehttp://www.lbcg.org/home_0.shtmlhttp://www.lbcg.org/home_0.shtmlshapeimage_5_link_0
Long Beach Organic http://www.longbeachorganic.org/

Know of other vacant lots or underutilized properties in Long Beach that Long Beach Grows can transform into food-producing community gardens and urban farms? Please contact info@longbeachgrows.org.

The Growing Experience
750 E Via Carmelitos

MLK Peace Garden

Martin Luther King, Jr. Park

1133 Rhea Street


North Long Beach Community Garden

6895 Myrtle Ave.

North Long Beach, CA


LBGROWS Unity Farm
5450 Atherton Street

Community gardening is fun, it brings people together, it builds healthy communities, it teaches you & your family about real food & sustainable agriculture, & it allows you to feed your family of locavores locally grown real food that you can trust.

Three Sisters Garden Orizaba Park

breaking ground Spring 2014

Amy Ericksen, Griselda Suarez 562-246-6181

Hudson Community Garden

Webster Venue and Hill Street

behind Hudson Park

562-233-4244, on flickr

Century Villages at Cabrillo

Veteran’s Gardening Project

2075 San Gabriel Avenue

562-388-8016, centuryvillages.org

there is also a separate garden for the children of CVC

Chestnut Lot, 729 Chestnut

for an adjacent intentional living community


Community gardening is a fun form of urban agriculture that helps grow healthy communities. Growing your own food, either at home or in a Long Beach community garden, contributes to local food security & to a healthy, sustainable, eco-friendly & animal-friendly lifestyle

(be sure to add chickens & goats to your Long Beach community garden or urban farm).


Long Beach Grows is contributing to the City of Long Beach’s sustainability goal of establishing community gardens in every park 5 acres or larger by 2020, converting 100% of city owned vacant lots to interim or better yet permanent green uses, and creating new permanent green spaces, including community gardens and urban farms.

Cesar Chavez Park

Children’s Gateway Garden

401 Golden Avenue