Our vision is to sustain a vibrant urban and community agriculture movement in Hamilton County.
The mission of the HCGN is to sustain a vibrant urban and community agriculture movement in Hamilton County by supporting the knowledge and inspiration of its leaders. We will do this through a venue, which invites the sharing of local knowledge, encourages collaboration, and offers training, education, and equipping
Creating a space to share
The Hamilton County Garden Network has been made possible by a grant awarded by the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) in the summer of 2016. The grant focused on the needs of food insecure populations within Hamilton County and how community gardens have responded to that need. Recognizing that all gardens, especially community gardens, play a vital role in the health of the environment, soil, water, and the health of communities, the Hamilton County Garden Network was born.
1717 Pleasant Street Suite 100 Noblesville, IN 46060
The mission of the HCGN is to sustain the vibrant urban and community agriculture movement in Hamilton County by supporting the health and inspiration of its leaders. We do this by creating a space to share local knowledge, encourage collaboration, and provide training, education, and equipping.
The Hamilton County Garden Network is an initiative of the Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District.