Ephraim Community Garden
Ephraim Community Garden was started the summer of 2013 at the old Bishop's Storehouse in Ephraim, Utah, from an alliance between Ephraim City, Snow College, USU, and a few private community members. It has since doubled in size and has supported the start of a farmer's market; Utah Heartland Farmer's Market. We also have a yearly harvest party in October to celebrate local foods. The garden's mission is to help the community be more self-reliant and have access to fresh, local food by providing the space, tools and resources to do so. The garden is also for teaching and demonstrating gardening to community groups such as students and people who wish to create their own gardens. We also hope to demonstrate and preserve pioneer methods and species of plants since the garden is located in historic Ephraim Square.