Westford's Community Gardens

About the Community Gardens


In June, 2014, the Agricultural Commission led a session at the Town's Strategic Planning Retreat to receive feedback regarding priorities. The clear priority was to establish community gardens in town. Working with the Conservation Commission, 1 acre of land at the Day Field on Graniteville Road was designated for Community Gardens. Improvements to the land to support the garden were financed with CPC funds, approved at the March 28, 2015, Town Meeting with widespread support from residents, boards, and commissions.
Westford Community Gardens Logo
These improvements include safety improvements to the entrance, a shed for storage, deer fencing, and tanks to hold water. The garden opened on May 15, 2015, and accommodates over 100 gardeners.

The Westford Community Garden is located at the Day Field at 41 Graniteville Road, the intersection of Graniteville and Cold Spring Roads.

Learn more about the history and success of the Westford Community Garden through these news articles.

2017 Season


Applications are now open for the 2017 Season

Resources & Information for Planning Your Garden


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Additional Resources