ArtPark provides a relaxing desertscape ideal for finding inspiration. The outdoor campus creatively blends community gardens and orchard trees with hands-on education where guests can experience a sustainable and ecofriendly environment. Take a moment to taste your way through the park and become part of the ever-changing world of a desert garden. Fresh produce is available most days and visitors are always welcome!
Production gardens, orchard and vegetable sales
Delicious fresh vegetables for sale!
Seasonal vegetables are available weekly at the ArtPark. These super fresh veggies are for sale for $5, a bag. Selection and days available vary by season, but available fruits and vegetables are always harvest-day fresh. Harvest days are posted on the BAI calendar of events and Facebook page. Looking for just a pinch of oregano or a bag of swiss chard?
Stop by the gardens any morning and ask a volunteer what’s available; ArtPark volunteers are always happy to help transform your next meal into something great! The gardens provide bumper crops of squash, onions, salad greens, swiss chard, herbs, eggplant, peaches, apples, and figs in season. Produce is also available for those in need, with over 25% of all fruits and vegetables donated to local families suffering from financial hardship.
Community plots for rent
Bring a camera or paintbrush – inspiration is everywhere!
Scraps to Soil!
THE ARTPARK GARDEN CLASSROOM
The ArtPark garden classroom is an ideal location to learn about various topics surrounding organic growing and healthy eating. Classes and single-day field trip opportunities are offered to students throughout San Diego, Riverside and Imperial county. Choose from various topics, and our team of dedicated teachers will provide an enriching, age-appropriate learning opportunity for your students. Many lessons are funded through grants and private donations to provide students with the opportunity to learn free of charge. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Art and creative expression are part of every class, so join us outdoors for a fun and inspiring learning experience in the ArtPark garden classroom.
INFORMATION FOR VOLUNTEERS
The ArtPark gardens are driven by volunteers dedicated to growing, harvesting, sharing and connecting with the Borrego community through the arts. Volunteers provide many services, including; daily gardening, facility improvements, fundraising, teaching classes, community outreach, and preparing produce. Those interested in volunteering are encouraged to stop by the gardens between 8:00-11:00 am weekdays and meet with Wade.
Volunteer training is also available each season to learn the necessary information about the garden program and how your talents can best be
used. A volunteer handbook is available, which includes safety information and various ways to become involved.
Take the first step - Volunteer at the Gardens!
EVENTS & RENTALS
The ArtPark is constantly finding unique ways to blend the arts and entertainment. In the near future we like to host evening movie showings, campfire music, and artists at play. We are creating a BAI monthly calendar of events and will post exciting opportunities available soon at the ArtPark.
Looking to set up a special event for your family, friends, or business? In 2021 the ArtPark will be developing a reception garden perfect for hosting weddings, birthday parties, and corporate retreats. Contact BAI for more information on how the ArtPark can become the perfect setting for your next event. Email us at email@example.com
Below are various items we need for the Community Garden and Home schooling program.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can provide any of these things. Please take into consideration that all donated items need to be in good working condition.