Eiber Community Garden

On the grounds of Eiber Elementary School

The Eiber Community Garden is located on the grounds of Eiber Elementary School, 1385 Independence Street, Lakewood Colorado. 

Open to all residents, the garden is one of many community gardens along the front-range supported by Denver Urban Gardens, in partnership with Sustainable Eiber and the Jefferson County School District. After 2 years of planning and development, the garden first opened for planting and harvesting in 2013.

New gardeners receive training from an experienced and trained cadre of garden leaders, the garden provides free community workshops, supports local food banks, and provides free plots and seeds for low income families and fixed income seniors. 

Sustainable Eiber Workshop

If you want to share in the joys of gardening and building community, there are several ways to get involved:

  • Apply for a garden plot (as a school-based garden, background check is required for new gardeners – completed on line for a $7 fee)
  • Volunteer in the garden – no plot needed (some tasks are one-time while others continue through the season such as chipper/shredder operator, donation plot caretaker, grant writer, membership person, raspberry bed installer, rock painter, tool caretaker, treasurer, work day coordinator, etc.)
  • Help with the Eiber Elementary school gardening club (Eiber Elementary is a low income school and for many children, the garden is their first experience in planting a seed or picking a vegetable)

If you are interested in any of the above opportunities, contact garden leader, Penny Kunter, at 303-881-9851, or send an email to SustainableEiber@gmail.com.