Growing food & community


After working under the guidance of the Agricultural Advisory Commission in 2017, a core group of six individuals started the Hatfield Community Garden, which finished its first growing season in 2018. The garden is located on a four acre parcel on Billings Way on town-owned property. The garden takes up approximately one acre, with neighbor Harrison Bardwell of Bardwell Farm stewarding and growing on the remaining land.


Our fees for 2019:

  • $20 for a 20’ by 20’ plot  

  • $15 for a 10’ by 20’ plot

  • Discount of $5 for seniors (65 and older) or SNAP recipients

Gardeners contribute three hours of community service per plot. This helps the garden function as a vibrant community resource.

Gardeners receive numerous benefits including:

  • A 20’ by 20’ plot, or a 20’ by 10’ half plot

  • Access to prime soil and town water

  • Shared tools, wheelbarrows, and watering cans

  • Low-cost access to finished compost at $2.50 per 5-gallon bucket & organically grown straw at $8 per bale

  • Limited complimentary organic seeds and plant starts

  • Free wood chip mulch


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Get all the details about what it means to be a community garden member and sign up today