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Inspections on June 10 & 11

Welcome to the Blair Road Community Garden 2023 Season! As you know, we hold several inspections during the growing season to ensure that we are all following the rules set out by the National Park Service, and our membership. All new gardeners are required to join the inspection teams, and all seasoned gardeners are welcome. Click here for more information on why we conduct inspections, what we are inspecting for, and what happens after an inspection.

Water Issues? Please report any water leaks as soon as you see them by calling the board at 202-643-8570, and make sure not to knock into any spigots.

Blair Road Community Garden in Northwest Washington, DC is one of the largest community gardens in the city, with more than five acres of garden space bordered by several city streets and neighborhoods.

Blair Road Community Garden has been in operation for over 40 years as a National Park Service community garden. We use organic methods to grow vegetables, herbs, and fruit, and we work together to maintain the area by removing debris and keeping the garden space trash-free.

Plots turnover each year. If you live in the area and would like to learn how to garden organically, come join us. No gardening experience is required.

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PO Box 60617 Washington, DC 20039 – 202.643.8570