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Sundre Community Garden

The Sundre Community Garden committee is a non-profit volunteer committee that oversees the operation of the garden and day-to-day activities. We envision a shared park-like space where users can relax and enjoy the scenery, learn from other gardeners, and spend time with local seniors.
"The most important word in community garden is not garden." Jack Hale

In April 2014, Greenwood Neighbourhood Place received funding for the Sundre Community Garden project from the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program ($25000) and Alberta Health Services’ Thrive for Wellness Program ($3000). A committee comprised of Sundre residents, Town of Sundre representatives, Alberta Health Services officials, a nutritionist, a Sundre Garden Club representative, and a GNP project coordinator oversaw the project development. Unfortunately, the site selected in 2014 was unsuitable and the committee worked hard to select a new site for 2015.
The committee established site selection criteria which included: Proximity to seniors’ facilities, recreation, pathway systems, and schools; Adjacent residents and their subsequent approval; Lighting; Parking; Street visibility; and Water availability. Based on this criteria and a very generous offer from AHS’ Sundre Hospital Administration – we selected a small site directly north of the main entrance parking lot.

  • 2015 Season: Adrienne Beck, Bev Hallett, Jacci Hager, Linda Martin, Terry Nelson, Marita Stermann, Nick Vanderzwan, Margaret Walker, Cindy Orr (Project Coordinator)
  • 2016 Season: Adrienne Beck, Bev Hallett, Linda Martin, Terry Nelson, Nick Vanderzwan, and Cindy Orr.
  • 2017 Season: Adrienne Beck, Bert Coghill, Bev Hallett, Joan Harris, Linda Martin, Terry Nelson, Nick Vanderzwan, and Cindy Orr.


Thanks for your interest in a plot! We have 28 plots available. Please request as many as you may require through the application form. Once plot allocations are completed (and if you've requested more than one), payment is required.
2017 Sundre Community Garden Plot & Mentorship Application
You may download and complete the form and return by e-mail, or dropping it off in person at the GNP office. For details on the plot and mentorship application, please view the form above. General information:
  • Maximum 5 plots per application. If more plots become available all interested parties will be notified.
  • 28 Plots are available. Allocation priorities are provided in the 'SCG Responsibilities & Guidelines'.
  • Plot holders must read and acknowledge the 2017 SCG Responsibilities & Guidelines.
  • Please make cheques payable to Greenwood Neighbourhood Place when your plots are confirmed.
  • Monetary donations are accepted and charitable receipts will be issued.



*June social! Date to be determined.