Welcome to Jackson's Garden, a private nonprofit, membership based community 
garden in Sheridan Montana.
Since 2009, Jackson's Garden has been helping our community access fresh, healthy foods, learn about gardening, and enjoy the benefits of our natural world.  Our mission, to sustainably support gardening for production, education, and the enjoyment of our community, is carried out by dedicated and passionate volunteers who believe that access good food and the enjoyment of our natural world are the inherent rights of all people in our community.

Donated in 2010 by Les "Bing" Jackson, the 8.5 acre property features 2 acres of developed flower and vegetable gardens, a half mile of undisturbed streamside habitat, a small apple orchard, greenhouse, gazebo, and a lawn area perfect for picnics and 
community events - all maintained by our Members and Volunteers.

As our community knows, gardening in Southwestern Montana is no easy thing.  We strive to utilize and promote best practices in sustainable agriculture - practices that are sustainable both for the land, and for the people using it.

Jackson's Garden and Zone 4

Jackson's Garden water wheel
The summer edition of Zone 4 magazine includes a marvelous article about Jackson's Garden written by Rilla Esbjornson with many beautiful photos of the Garden taken by Beth Bridgers Johns.  Please click on the photo of the flourishing waterwheel area (right) to see the article. 

Janet Marsh, Linda Day, Carla and Paul Marsh