Placer Community Gardens (PCG ) is a program of Placer Food Bank designed to build grass-roots, community-oriented solutions to feeding and nourishing those in need. We connect individuals, community organizations and businesses, with local gardeners and farmers to grow, harvest and distribute fresh produce to more than 90,000 individuals suffering from hunger in Placer County.
There is no such thing as too much zucchini! Over 90,000 individuals in Placer County do not know with certainty where their next meal will come from. You can help us put more fresh food on the dinner table for those who are struggling.
There is never a shortage of work to be done in the garden! We’re always in need of volunteers to help us build garden boxes, prepare gardens for planting, and to plant or harvest crops. The food we grow and harvest helps to feed and nourish those in need.
Placer Community Gardens (PCG ) is a program of Placer Food Bank aimed at collaborating with our community to will feed and nourish those in need. We connect individuals, community organizations and businesses, with local gardeners and farmers to grow, harvest and distribute fresh...
Learn more about starting your own garden. These resources will help you decide which type of garden is best for you, as well as what to plant, when to plant it, and how to care for it once it is in the ground.
Loomis First United Methodist - from Parking Lot to Community Garden
As Robert Mion, a routine parishioner at First United Methodist in Loomis, drove past the church's overflow parking lot to attend his regular Sunday service, a thought occurred to him. Wouldn't the sizeable, level...