Food Bank Gardens

About the Food Bank Gardens

We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to eat fresh, local produce! Over 6000 individuals are served each year from the Community Food Bank, and we try to source as much produce as we can from gardens, hydroponics, and local farms.

The mission of the Garden Program is to increase access to nutritious and affordable produce at the Community Food Bank and other food pantries in Whitman County through cultivation, education, and empowerment.  We also work to provide access to land to grow some of your own food.  If you would like to be matched with a plot or a raised bed area this season, please download this application and return to the Community Action Center.

For more information about our partner providing access to land, check out Pullman Community Gardens at Koppel Farm:

If you are seeking information about growing your own food in the Palouse, check out these gardening columns written by avid local gardener, Doug Young: