Dillon’s Community Garden is located at the corner of Lake Dillon Drive and Tenderfoot Street behind the Summit Stage bus stop. Phase I has 24 raised garden beds measuring 4’ x 8’ along with berms of flower clipping gardens.
The Community Garden is a partnership between the Town of Dillon and non-profit High Country Conservation Center (HC3). The garden was built mostly by volunteers, and it is anticipated the garden will be self-sustaining through community participation.
Friday August 3rd 2018, WIC had an opportunity to talk about community gardens in Summit County and the Grow-to-Share program for a brief spot on CBS. If you have a minute, check it out:
The Ribbon Cutting to officially open Leslie's Garden and recognize Mr. Stair for his generous donations was July 5th 2018.
Leslie's Garden Steering Committee:
Meghan Layfield – President
Linda Oliver – Events Coordinator
Gaylyn Meyers – Volunteer Coordinator
Jo-Anne Tyson - Treasurer
If you are interested in getting on the waiting list for a garden plot, click on this link to be directed to High Country Conservation Center's website to access the application and corresponding documents.