About B-Street Garden
The B-Street Garden and Conservation Park opened on May, 1 2010!
The garden area consists of 76 plots: 71 ground plots and 5 raised accessible beds. All plots are currently being gardened, but we maintain a waitlist. A few plots turn over each year, but it is not unusual to be on the waitlist for a couple growing seasons.
The community garden is part of a 2.29 acre parcel of land, home to Shank Painter Pond, extensive wetlands and rare wildlife. It is a great place to relax, meet people and grow your own food.
Thank you to the Provincetown Conservation Commission, the B-Street Garden Advisory Group, AmeriCorps Cape Cod and, of course, our gardeners for all their hard work in helping make this a wonderful and successful community project.
B-Street Goes Solar!
The B-Street Garden has four solar panels which have been installed on the roof of the shed. This kind of energy efficiency converts the sun's rays into renewable energy that charge a battery which runs the water pump!
Thank you to our local sponsors for making this garden one rooted in community support:
Businesses and Organizations:
Across the Bay Real Estate
Andy Williams, ALL Roofing and Contracting, Inc.
Liz, Angel Foods
Bayberry Landscape and Gardens
Susan Grilli, Counter Productions
Ethan Poulin Landscape, Inc.
Jennifer Crooks, Garden Renovations Nursery and Landscaping
John F. Noons, Inc.
Shelley, Lands End Marine Supply, Inc.
Gary Haigh, Mid-Cape Home Centers
Jeff Rogers, New England Green Building Center (Conwell Lumber) Provincetown Department of Public Works
Richard Clifford, Provincetown Stop & Shop
Chad Edwards, Residential Development, Inc.
Richard Salvador Custom Carpentry
Truro Department of Public Works
Funding for this community project comes from:
Commonwealth of Massachusetts LAND grant Program
Barnstable County Commissioners and the County Land Management Grant Program
New England Grassroots Environment Fund
Norcross Wildlife Foundation, Inc.
Provincetown Conservation Commission
Provincetown Open Space Committee
Annual B-Street Garden Members
Donations from the community include:
Susan Alice Musall
The B-Street Garden Summer Photos
The summer growing season was great at the B-Street Garden.