Druid City Garden Project

Lindsay Turner is the Executive Director of Druid City Garden Project, which uses school gardens, farm stands and educational programs to build community through food in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The 2500 square foot garden is located at University Place Elementary School in Forest Lake. Turner discusses the widespread impact the garden is having on the community.

Visit www.druidcitygardenproject.org

University Place Elementary School in Forest Lake

3834 21st Street

Tuscaloosa, AL 35405

Get Involved

DCGP welcomes volunteers for garden maintenance, education programs and help with events and special projects. For more information, click here

Special Events

Sunday, March  17th 5-8pm. Swine & Wine.  Join DCGP this Saint Patty’s Day for an event catered by the some of the finest chefs in the region. Enjoy delicious food and local beer. For details, click here

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One Response to Druid City Garden Project

  1. earl tinkerd says:

    I love this place and what they’re doing for our community. Thank you for the great work you’re doing to show off their great work. I look forward to seeing where this project goes.

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