Check out the map for places to get growing in your neighborhood!
Community Garden: aka “allotment garden” where individuals rent or adopt beds to grow crops
Community Farm: land gardened collectively by people for personal use, donation or sale
Commercial Urban Farm: land used for agricultural purposes within an urban area
School Garden: a garden managed by a school, usually on school property
Are you growing food in or around Pittsburgh? Get your garden on the map!
Registering your community garden, community farm, schoolyard garden, or urban farm helps raise awareness and visibility of the exciting growing that you’re doing and can help people in your community get involved too.
More Info About the Map
Getting your garden — small or large — on the map enables us to better advocate for policies that support urban growing, and serves as an inspiration for other Pittsburghers who are just starting out. It’s a wonderful way to show just what a green thumb Pittsburgh really has!
This user-generated map has provided a way for gardeners to gain some visibility since it first launched in 2011. In 2016, we revamped the map to include backyard/personal gardens, as well as photos for community and school gardens and urban farms.
The information in this map has been submitted directly by gardeners, so Grow Pittsburgh cannot vouch for its accuracy. If you encounter inaccurate information, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Backyard Gardening Helps Too
If you are growing food in your backyard, balcony, or inside your home, click here to enter your information and get added to our neighborhood count of backyard/personal gardens. (Don’t worry, your responses won’t be shown with an exact location.)