Located at 1815 Ellis Street, Bellingham, WA
WeGrow is a youth vocational and public education garden located in the heart of Bellingham. It is comprised of 32 raised and cultivated garden beds, fruit trees, composting systems, and native and perennial plantings that support pollinators and enhance green space in our urban core. The garden provides a space for community education, youth programs, and public engagement.
We offer low-barrier vocational training to at-risk and homeless youth who partner with Master Gardeners to plant, grow, harvest and distribute produce to citizens in need. As a Bellingham Food Bank Victory Garden, WeGrow donates over 500 pounds of produce each season. Showcasing how food is grown and managed is critical to a resilient community.
WeGrow is made possible by a collaboration between Washington State University Extension, WSU Whatcom County Master Gardener Program, the Whatcom County Master Gardener Foundation, Northwest Youth Services, and the City of Bellingham Parks & Recreation Department.
Visit the Demonstration Garden page on the WSU Extension website to learn more about the history of WeGrow, watch videos, and to learn how to get involved.