Our garden contains parcels for 95 refugee families in Clarkston. We dig, mulch, chop, build, and organize to support families growing their own food. Join this thriving Friends of Refugees community.
The Jolly Avenue Community Garden is a living, changing thing. There are always projects to complete! Mulching pathways, repairing or building fences, splitting wood for the fire pit, maintaining the common berry garden—we can find a project that will work for almost any size group on almost any day of the week. Come alongside our refugee gardener families and protect this amazing Friends of Refugees community project.