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Applications and Rules Download:
2019 Good Earth Garden Application
Good Earth Rules Guidelines

Good Earth Garden, located on City Property at the end of 8th Court, will accept applications for the 2018 growing season starting February. The Garden has 41 raised beds at the cost of $10 , plus a $10 membership fee. This covers insurance for the 4X12 foot plot, tools, fertilizer, water, some seeds, and education opportunities to help you grow your own organic vegetables, and flowers. Look for our ads in the Coffee Break. Visit our website at  Go to to download your applications.

The Garden Series continues with Jennifer Ewing. Monthly workshops are available FREE to the public.

Jennifer Ewing’s 2018 Garden Series at Bandon Garden to be announced.

When you get a garden bed, don’t forget that orientation is mandatory to be able to use the garden. Our Greenhouse is up and operational and we have many flats of seedlings started. We will be nurturing them for the weeks to come in preparation for our plant sale. Any healthy houseplants, divided perennials, and other donations are well received, and benefit the gardeners directly. We provide the plots, fertilizer, water, and tools for gardeners to use throughout the year. All donations are welcome.
We are always looking for people to engage in our organization. We are a fun board who love to garden and serve the community by providing education and garden experience.
Bandon Good Earth Community Garden strives to increase public health and awareness through education and gardening experience. The locations for Jennifer Ewing’s classes for the Garden is as follows:
Bandon Youth Center- BYC is located at 101 11th St. SW
The Community Garden is located at the west end of 8th Ct.

Consider joining the monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of the month, at 6:30 pm at the Bandon Community Youth Center–101 11th St. SW

Thank you in advance and look forward to seeing you in the garden, and at many of our coordinated gardening activities. 

Be in touch,
Gina Allison
2014-2016 Vice-President
Bandon Good Earth Community Garden

Mission Statement:

The Good Earth Community Garden is a satellite garden of the non-profit  South Coast Community Garden Association.  Our mission is to provide guidelines and support for the establishment of community gardens on the southern coast of Oregon.  The Good Earth Community Garden presents educational opportunities to new and experienced gardeners and ongoing support and encouragement to community members who wish to grow their own food.

Bandon Good Earth Community Garden
PO Box 1155
Bandon OR 97411

(541) 373-0910