Attleboro Community Garden

The Attleboro Area Community Garden is a joint endeavor of the City of Attleboro and the Attleboro Land Trust.  The recently-upgraded garden consists of 62 separate plots, including 8 with enhanced access.  A $25 donation is requested. The plots are made available to local residents each year.  Returning gardeners are given priority; new gardeners are offered available plots on a first-come, first-served basis.  Gardeners are required to use organic methods, which means no pesticides or chemical fertilizers.

The Attleboro Land Trust manages the garden on land provided by the City of Attleboro, which provides support services including provision of water and compost.  Local merchants have also donated supplies.

According to Mark Pechenik, founder of the garden,

“The Attleboro Area Community Garden enables people from all walks of life to join together in the simple but community-building hobby of gardening.  We cordially invite those who share this same civic spirit to join us as community gardeners.”

A Facebook page with more information about the garden has been created here.

Community Garden Coordinator

Juliet Teixeira, 508-222-2569

Downloadable Information

Garden Plot Map


The garden is located at the corner of Riverbank Road and Mechanic Street near downtown Attleboro, across from the Willett School field.

Garden Pics

Attleboro Community Garden    Image credit: Juliet Teixeira

Garden Posts

Community Garden Opening Day 2019
Thanks to everyone that came out to get the garden ready for the 2019 season.  A special thanks to  Cooper ...
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Community Garden Registration Sessions Scheduled
Dates have been set for the Attleboro Community Garden 2019 Season Registration Sessions. If interested, please join us for one ...
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Garden To Celebrate 20 Years on Sept. 8
The Attleboro Area Community Garden’s 20th Anniversary Celebration will be held on September 8, 2018 from 1 pm to 4 ...
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Community Garden News Update
The Attleboro Community Garden, now in its 20th year, opened on April 7th. Although it was a cold and dreary ...
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Community Gardeners Look Ahead After Productive Season
The Attleboro Area Community Garden continues to be a hidden gem in Attleboro. All 62 plots, including 8 accessible plots, ...
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