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Community Gardening

with Mud Hub Greenhouses

Why Choose Community Gardening?

Community gardening offers unique opportunities to instill knowledge and skills in others while also fostering a love for growing things and an appreciation for nature’s bounty. From schools to inner-city areas and food deserts, community gardens inspire, enlighten, enliven, educate, and build a stronger sense of belonging.

“Many hands make light work” – and community gardens are excellent ways to teach teamwork and interdependence. Explore the interchange between the elements – sunlight, soil and nutrients, water, and air – that affect the fruits and vegetables you grow, as well as their impact on nutrition and human health.

From a co-op garden to school gardens, these incredible oases of life provide something that too many are missing today: a direct connection with nature and where our food comes from.

However, growing a community garden is about more than education and building life skills. It’s about community building, learning about nutrition beyond convenience foods and pre-packaged options. It’s also about providing those in need within the community with access to delicious, nutritious foods, whether that’s an inner-city neighborhood, a student body, or another group.

At Mud Hub Greenhouses, we help you build community through hands-on education while helping improve access to wholesome food for all.

Making the Most of a Community Greenhouse

Customer Stories

Community Gardens

Community Gardening

A Twist of Fate

In spring 2018, Mud Hub Greenhouses was asked by Westwind Landscaping, of Albuquerque,  to provide greenhouse components only & consultation. Westwind wanted to assemble one

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Gardening Resources

Rise Greenhouse

Ready, Set, Grow! I received a message from a greenhouse prospect in Santa Fe wanting to know how soon I could look at their site.

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Roeder Greenhouse

When land in the valley below an uprising containing at least 55,000 rock carvings came available, Lynn Roeder jumped at the chance to purchase. Mesa

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Learning From Your Garden

This is one of our Mud Hub Greenhouses in full summer season. More importantly, the owners have exercised some good gardening techniques that are worth

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Schmidt Greenhouse​

A recently built Mud Hub Greenhouse stares at significant pueblo history in Black Mesa, which is located above the floodplain of the Rio Grande Valley

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Community Gardening Lifestyle

Community Gardening Benefits

Our Community Greenhouse Photo Gallery