DIGA is currently a part of 7 community gardens around Metro Vancouver. We proudly support these gardens as we work to together to make gardening more accessible for all. Each garden is conveniently located near accessible facilities and public transit. They also have wider pathways, handy water hookups and communal sheds.

When a DIGA member signs up to participate in our community gardening program, they will receive:
  • A raised plot or tabletop garden with automated drip irrigation at one of these 8 garden locations
  • Volunteer one-on-one support to assist with tending their plot
  • Custom, adapted tools, stakes, cages, trellises, and anything else one might need to grow a healthy garden.
Interested in participating in this program? Here’s what you need to know:
  • This program is open to registered DIGA members only. Online member registration is free and available on this website.
  • This program runs from May to October
  • Plots are assigned on a first come; first serve basis. Waitlist opens at beginning of February each year.
  • All perennials must be removed from the plot at the end of each season.
  • DIGA members who have had plots at Community Gardens retain that same plot unless otherwise specified.
To join the community garden waitlist, please email with the following information:
  • Name, email, phone number
  • Choose your top two garden locations 
  • Provide at least one day and time that you can commit to visiting your plot for up to one hour for at least a 2-week period. 
    • This is stipulation is necessary to ensure you receive adequate one-on-one support from one of our dedicated volunteers.
Still Creek Community Garden.
Still Creek Community Garden

Granville & 7th Temporary Community Garden

Hand painted Kerrisdale Gardening club sign in from of the garden.
Kerrisdale Community Garden

Woodland community garden.
Woodland Community Garden

Pandora Park community garden entrance.
Pandora Park Community Garden

Maple community garden.
Maple Community Garden

GF strong Community Garden bench and fountain.
G.F Strong Rehabilitation Centre