- Nicholas Sheran Park – fruit orchard
- Copperwood School site – community garden and fruit orchard
- Legacy School site – community garden and fruit orchard
The community gardens have an irrigation timer usually for 3 hours in the am 8-11 am and 6-9pm in the growing season
Orchards & Edible Fruit Trees:
Edible Orchard in Nicholas Sheran Park
There are 2005 fruit trees planted all around the City of Lethbridge. All of these trees are publically accessible and available for harvest. The City is working to increase the number of trees, as well as the diversity of fruit trees available in the urban forest.
Currently: Apples (27); Crabapples (1775); Pears (53); Cherries (150)
The City will be publishing a map indicating Public Fruit trees in Lethbridge. Look for it on the City website in 2017.
Community gardens can be found in each location of the City.
Grow It Community Garden
St Teresa (Legacy Ridge) School Community Garden
Westminster (Adams Park) Community Garden
Kinsmen Park Open Community Garden
Campus Roots (University) Community Garden
The City parks department does not operate or maintain community gardens throughout the city. Community gardens are operated by community groups. These community groups should be contacted if you are interested in acquiring a garden plot.