Harvest Hill Community Garden

Friends gardening together

2014 Garden Plot Map & Application

2015 Garden Map - Updated 4.20


Garden Application

2015 Application-word doc

2015 Application --PDF

Emergency contact numbers:
Sara Langford

(816) 522-2136

Jewell Chapel Office

(816) 415-7556



Contact Information

Contact a garden organizer at harvesthillgarden@gmail.com.

Latest Activity

Sara Langford posted a discussion

8/4 Water off until leak is fixed

The water at the garden will be turned off until the WJC grounds crew is able to fix the leak in the water line.  This may take a while because the ground needs to dry out enough for the crew to work.  You might need to consider bringing in water for your garden.  This is inconvenient but necessary because the leak has caused much damage to plants in gardens close to the line. Please bear with the WJC crew as they work to repair the problem.See More
Aug 5
Robyn Bertling posted a status
"Today (8/4/15) I noticed that the water was shut off. When will it be turned back on?"
Aug 4
Laura Moore replied to Laura Moore's discussion Compost?
"I'm willing to chip in."
May 26
Sara Langford replied to Laura Moore's discussion Compost?
"I checked with Andy Pratt of WJC.  The cost is between $600-$700.  His department can bear part of the cost this year but not the entire amount.  If gardeners wanted to chip he believes he could have a load delivered.  REPLY to…"
May 25
Sara Langford replied to Laura Moore's discussion Compost?
"The last few years WJC has done this for us at an expense of about $700.  I asked to see if they're wiling again this year--will let you know."
May 23
Laura Moore posted a discussion


Will we be getting a giant pile of compost delivered this year. I'd be willing to chip in for it.See More
May 23
Sara Langford replied to rolanda peterson's discussion How do we sign up?
"Hello, Fill out an application and submit it along with the water fee to the address on the application.  If you send an email to harvesthillgarden@gmail.com I will send you an application.  Then I will assign you a plot. Thanks, Sara…"
May 5
rolanda peterson posted a discussion

How do we sign up?

I am wondering if there are any plots available and how it works?
May 5


8/4 Water off until leak is fixed

Started by Sara Langford in Untitled Category Aug 5.

Compost? 3 Replies

Started by Laura Moore in Untitled Category. Last reply by Laura Moore May 26.

How do we sign up? 1 Reply

Started by rolanda peterson in Untitled Category. Last reply by Sara Langford May 5.


April 18th-Spring Work Day from 8AM to Noon

Our Spring Work Day is April 18th from 8 AM to 12 NOON.  This is a good day to meet other gardeners and give or receive help as it is needed!  Be sure your plot is cleared of items by April 4th.  On that day the plots of those of you who indicated you DO NOT want your plot tilled will be marked on all four corners with colored marking flags.  Please DO NOT remove these until after the tilling.  Tilling will happen between April 4th and April 17th.  If your plot is not clear of items it will not be tilled.

2015 Season Applications Now Being Accepted--due March 27th for Returning Gardeners!! 3/6/2015

It is time to start preparing for the upcoming gardening season at Harvest Hill Community Garden.  If you would like to return as a gardener with us this coming year, please fill out the new 2015 application and submit it by March 27th.  Directions for submission and payment are included in the application.   The new garden map will be updated after returning-gardener applications are received and will be available on the website. 


About us...

Harvest Hill is a one acre community garden located in Liberty, Missouri that started through a partnership between William Jewell College and local church members of Second Baptist. Harvest Hill is located off RE Bowles Drive in a former soccer practice field in the NE corner of the William Jewell campus. (See map below)

The purpose of Harvest Hill is to provide a place for Liberty community members to garden, seeking especially to help those who might not be able to have a garden on their own.

The opportunity to garden helps people stretch their food dollar and improve their nutritional intake. Community gardens also improve the overall quality of life in neighborhoods by encouraging self-sufficiency and a sense of community among participants.

Garden plots are available to residents of Liberty and surrounding communities, and William Jewell College students, staff and faculty members.


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