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The eight locations on our 31st Garden Walk certainly promise stories, insights, and inspiration around every corner. There's so much to explore, we've extended the day an extra hour! Join us from 10 am to 5 pm to explore seven unique private gardens and a certified organic farm.

Visit the Garden Walk page for more details, including a 'sneak peek' slideshow of this year's delightful places and spaces! An overview map is posted there as well. Download the 2024 Garden Walk Guide using the button on the far right of this page.

Proceeds from the Garden Walk fund AAF&G's annual grant and scholarship awards to local garden/farm-related and environmental projects and people. This year, we awarded $24,650 to 11 organizations, including Growing Hope, Friends of Greenview/Pioneer nature area, local high schools, a Buhr Park pocket forest project, and other deserving projects.

Help us keep growing a greener community! Thank you for your support. We look forward to greeting you in the gardens on June 8.

Garden Walk Tickets

$15 per person through May 31;
$20 per person June 1-6 and at the gate (cash/check only).
Youth (13-18) tickets are $5.
Children under 13, free admission.
A group discount will be applied for a single purchase of 8 or more tickets.

Online ticket sales close June 6 at 9 am.

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Purchasers will receive an email receipt with event details. This receipt must be presented at the first garden location visited to receive a wristband for entry into all locations.
No printed ticket or map will be provided.

Download the 2024 Garden Walk Guide with locations map from the box at right.
The Walk is self-guided; you can start at any location and proceed in any order you choose.

The 2024 Garden Walk Guide features full descriptions of eight locations, special features of the event, and locations map. Printed copies will not be provided at the gardens. Please download it here.

Get the Guide

The full locations map will be posted here on June 1.

Goatscaping 'crew' arrives at Greenview/Pioneer Nature area May 22

It's all 'hooves' on deck as a crew of goats comes to the Greenview/Pioneer nature area May 22 through May 29 to chow down on invasive brush. Jughead, Titus, Big Boy and friends will take on buckthorn, honeysuckle, and poison ivy during their assignment. Their browsing weakens the invasive growth and helps eliminate it. 

Ann Arbor Farm & Garden is a longtime supporter of the Friends of Greenview/Pioneer and were pleased to provide funding for this year's goatscaping project. The goats will be working in a fenced area near the Project Grow community garden.

Stop by and see these hard workers in action! Visit the Friends of Greenview/Pioneer website for more information.

Get to know Ann Arbor Farm & Garden!

We’re a welcoming, active group of learners, doers, explorers, and leaders,

passionate about sharing and promoting the many benefits of gardens and gardening with each other and our community.

We raise money for annual grants and scholarships, expand our gardening and environmental knowledge,

and share beauty with others through garden tours and flower therapy. In the process, we create strong social connections and lifelong friendships.

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Ann Arbor Farm & Garden is a social and philanthropic 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

Our mission is to promote and support local gardens, farms, and environmental stewardship through education, community service, and financial grants and scholarships.

Founded Fall 1946 / Incorporated Spring 1997 / Independent Spring 2017

P.O. Box 354

Dexter, MI 48130