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Pickering Demonstration Garden

Eat Local
A movement is sweeping our country: local food grown at or close to your home. The benefits of local food are significant and include: 
  • Lower carbon footprint and less air pollution 
  • Economic diversity through support of local farms  
  • Local preservation of open space 
  • Greater variety 
  • Fresher, tastier and healthier food

Local Food Production
There are a number of resources in Issaquah supporting local food production.
  
Issaquah Community Garden
Reflecting a desire among our residents for more community garden space, the City of Issaquah created the Issaquah Community Garden at Confluence Park.

Issaquah Farmers Market
The Issaquah Farmers Market is held every Saturday, from May to September. Visit for fantastic produce, meat and food from local farmers!

Issaquah Food Bank
Produce grown at the Pickering Garden is provided free of cost to the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank.

Pea Patches 
Issaquah currently has two community-run pea patches. One is located in the Issaquah Flatland Community Garden and another can be found at Issaquah Highlands.

Pickering Garden
In 2017, the garden is in a planned transition, and volunteer opportunities are currently unavailable. This transition period offers an opportunity to work with our community as we re-imagine our vision for the garden. To learn more, please email us.