Get Your Tickets for the First-Ever FOOD Garden Tour, August 6

Join us for our first-ever FOOD Garden Tour, just around the corner on August 6th (10 am – 4 pm)!

Come out and see a variety of gardens ranging from a small in-town plot to a full commercial market farm. Don’t miss this great opportunity to see how Sandpoint residents feed themselves and their community.

Tickets are $15/person and may be purchased online or from any of the gardens at any time during the tour on August 6th.

Get directions to each featured garden on the Tour with Google Map:

787 Hidden Spring Rd
Located on Baldy Mountain, this incredible 2-acre property has garden beds and fruit trees nestled along pathways and rock walls. A year round greenhouse and solar panels contribute to food production. Many medicinal and ornamental plants artistically arranged make this a spectacular stop. Parking is very limited, however so please carpool when possible.

514 Huron Ave.
This highly productive market garden is located in south Sandpoint. It is a truly magnificent example of how much food can be produced on a city lot.

723 Monroe Ave.
This small backyard garden has productive raised beds, plenty of art, and mature shade trees. A great inspiration for small scale food gardening to supplement groceries!

821 W Shingle Mill Rd.
This Selle Valley gem has a delightful mix of young and mature trees, new plantings, and a large vegetable garden. Many nice ornamental flowers and blueberry bushes as well.

3161 Selkirk Rd.
Pack River Farms is an organic vegetable and medicinal herb farm that supplies produce to local restaurants, grocery stores, and consumers. Great opportunity to see how the food you eat is creatively and locally grown in our climate.

301 Sprague St. (Bonus garden!)
Located behind Kootenai Elementary this small garden is a showcase for productive and educational vegetable and fruit gardening. Raised beds contain potatoes, squash, beans, and more planted and harvested by the students.

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