The Mukilteo Community Garden is a charitable and educational non-profit run solely by volunteers. Our mission is growing a healthy community through gardening.
The Mukilteo Community Garden was founded in 2009 by a hard working group of people with a desire to supply the community with local produce.
We provide fresh produce to area food banks. Much of our one-on-one mentoring takes place during volunteer time especially in planting and harvesting the food bank.
Recipients of food bank produce are primarily the Lynnwood Food Bank and Mukilteo Food Bank.
We provide space and education for community members to successfully grow their own food.
P-Patch bed rentals are available to residents of Mukilteo and the surrounding communities. Fifty-one garden beds are available to rent from March through February.
We have seminars and special events during the gardening season.
We also have a number of WSU Master Gardeners and other horticultural mentors to provide gardening education to bed owners and the community in general.
We hold Fresh Fruit and Veggie Drives, sponsor the Mommy Hut at the Mukilteo Light House Festival and support the Mukilteo Garden & Quilt Tour.
Nature Together Preschool ends each class at the garden with a discussion/ journaling of what they discovered in their experiences of the natural world.