Our farm and garden spaces are devoted to producing fresh fruit and vegetables for use in our culinary and nutrition education activities, catering, and to be made available to the surrounding community at an affordable price.
We work to improve availability and access to fresh, nutritious food through a sustainable community farm. Harvested foods from the farm are made available to the surrounding community at a reduced cost as well as supply other Wimberly’s Roots work to address food insecurity. Come volunteer with us or visit our farm!
Our teaching garden is the perfect launching pad for student-directed inquiry. This outdoor education space and garden will serve as a community hub for classes conducted by our in-house specialists, other Wimberly Center organizations, and guest speakers on a variety of food, gardening, and environmental topics.
We will soon begin construction on the Wimberly Center Community Garden that will contain numerous raised bed garden boxes made available to the local community for a small fee. This fee will help fund the tools and resources made available to our community garden members. A large community garden pavilion will house an outdoor cooking space that can be used for outdoor cooking classes, community use, and event rental.