We are a small garden project located in a quiet residential neighborhood, and so we are limited to the number of visitors we can accommodate, (and how often). That being said, the main purpose of this venture is for the benefit of our surrounding community. We welcome involvement from individuals, families, neighbors, schools, and anyone else who has an interest in what we're doing. Please contact us to schedule a visit.
Donate To The Garden
Dharma's Garden is a project of a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We welcome your tax-deductible donations to the garden, both financial and otherwise. If you have tools, equipment, seeds, or other things that you would like to offer, please let us know via our online form. To send a check, please make it out to:
4081 Garnet Lane
Boulder CO 80304
Volunteer In The Garden
We welcome volunteers to learn and work with us in the garden. You don't need to be a member to volunteer, but you do need to sign a liability waiver and make arrangements ahead of time. There are specific days and times throughout the season when volunteers are needed – let us know if you have something in mind, or if you just want to find out more.
Please contact us if you are interested in helping out.
Use the form below, or email email@example.com
For classes or large groups, we will do our best to make special arrangements for a work day that fits with your schedule.
Just contact us!
Dharma's Garden Membership
We ask that visitors to our Little Garden Stand or participants in our garden activities join us as members. Memberships last for one calendar year, and include:
Members-only access to our weekly market (Saturdays 9am-12pm, seasonally)
Discounted pricing on garden products and services
Opportunities to participate in group activities throughout the year
Invitation to special events (Pizza Party, Movie Nights, Harvest Dinner, etc)
Membership is an expression of support for the garden and a gesture of engagement with community. Membership extends to everyone in the same family or household. An annual donation serves as a membership fee—starting as little as $1. Those of us who can afford to offer more help to offset the cost for those of us less able to do so.