Wangari Gardens

girls WGWe are excited to share Wangari Gardens with you! This 2.7 acre garden park in Washington, DC is bursting with creative potential. With a mission inspired by a passion for community engagement and Professor Wangari Maathai’s legacy, we are building a park to benefit everyone.

We’ve started with a community garden, youth garden, fruit tree orchard, public vegetable garden, herb garden, berry garden, outdoor classroom, and pollinator hive. Drop by to grab a snack from the shared public garden spaces, or reserve a private plot!

“Activist gardening is the latest face of social justice in the District. Forget living in a tent in McPherson Square. Instead, try pulling on muddy work boots and hauling fertilizer and mulch to a forlorn lot, then persuading your housemates to get off their iPads and go outdoors to plant snap peas and garlic.” –The Washington Post on Wangari Gardens

Read more Wangari Gardens in the news!
See our Wangari pamphlet here!