University Neighborhood Rose Community Garden

University Neighborhood Rose Community Garden

The UNC Rose Community Garden is located between 900 and 1000 East on 300 South. Due to the generous support and commitment towards community from  Intermountain Salt Lake Clinic, the UNC is proud to add this beautiful garden space to our long tradition of parks, open space and gardens. The UNC has entered into a long term lease for this community garden space. Various rules have been established to both manage this garden space to comply with our lease with  the  safety of all in mind.

If you are interested in joining our garden we suggest you first:

1. Determine if community gardening is right for you.

Community gardeners are required to contribute a minimum of six volunteers hours a season in the garden in addition to time spent in their own assigned space and immediate space surrounding their assigned plot.

2. Read the complete Garden policies, How Our Garden Works , use Water Wise Watering and follow the Organic Standards established for this garden.

3. Complete a Plot Application by contacting us via and we will send you an application. If our garden is full you can request to be placed on the wait list.

How Our Wait list Works:

  • Community members are placed on the wait list by the date their application is received by the UNC.
  • Open garden plots are filled each spring and as they become available throughout the year, with the next community member on the wait list.
  • We contact wait listed gardeners each spring with an update and additional garden opportunities
  • Gardeners will be assigned plots  once they sign the end user agreement and meet to review garden policies.
  • Plots cannot be transferred to co-gardeners.

Other Ideas While You Wait:

  • Look for other opportunities to start another community garden in the neighborhood.
  • Sign up for another community garden in the community.
  • Attend events and training related to community gardening.
  • Join the Helen’s Neighborhood Orchard team to learn about high density planting and caring for our orchard of 55 fruit trees.

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