Center for Community Engagement
Indiana State University
Tirey Hall 134A
Terre Haute, Indiana 47809
An Indiana State University community project is growing a sense of
community while helping fight hunger.
For the past five years, Indiana State has provided land for expert and novice
gardeners to plant 10 foot by 10 foot, 10 foot by 15 foot or 20 foot by 20 foot
plots free of charge. In return, gardeners promise to tend to their plots, plant
only annuals and refrain from using pesticides, herbicides and fungicides.
Participants are encouraged to donate a portion of the produce raised to the
food pantry of their choice.
- Location: 219 N 11th Street
- Growing season: April - October
- Cost: We ask every gardener to donate a portion of their produce to the food pantry of their choice.
Where to Donate Produce
|Bethany House Soup Kitchen
1402 Locust Street
|First Church of Nazarene
801 Fort Harrison Road
|Four Square Gospel Church
800 N. 13th
812-249-7223 or 812-234-5277
|Higher Hope Ministries
812-232-4776 or 812-239-9610
|Light House Mission
1450 Wabash Avenue
|Mount of Olives/Carcus Society
1201 S. 13th Street
|Ryves Hall Youth Center
1356 Locust Street
34 S. 8th Street
|St. Ben Church Soup Kitchen
11 S. 9th Street
4400 Wabash Avenue
|St. Pat's Soup Kitchen
1807 Poplar Street
|Catholic Charities FOOD BANK
1356 Locust Street
- Tools and garden hose will be available during scheduled hours each week.
- The community garden is pesticide, herbicide, insecticide, and fungicides free.
- Expert consultation will be available through volunteers.
Registration is now open for new gardeners. A limited number of plots remain. Forms must be filled out and turned in by May 15, 2013.
Community Garden Guidelines and Garden Etiquette
Community Garden Plots (pdf)
Community Garden Registration (pdf)
Flag Procedure for Ripe Veggies (pdf)