Community Garden

community garden

Ruth Moore Park Community Garden &  Giving Grove Orchard

The Ruth Moore Park Community Garden is .5 acres located in the heart of Liberty that serves as a place to grow food, natural herbs and flowers in the company of friends and neighbors. The garden provides an opportunity to reconnect with nature or get physical exercise while tending to the growing plants. There are 8 raised beds and a 9 tree orchard. The garden and orchard are open to the public from dusk to dawn each day. Plots are available for rent and scholarships are available. 

If you’re interesting in participating in the Community Garden, contact Liberty Parks & Rec at 816-439-4363 or submit the online interest form to start the application process.

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  1. About the Garden
  2. History
  3. Rules & Regulations
  4. FAQ's


Community Garden at a Glance

  • Originally established in 2014
  • Currently offers up to (14) four-by-six-foot plots (half plot)
  • Gardeners have the option of renting a half (4'x6') or double (4'x12') plot. Current rental fees are $25 for a single plot and $45 for a double plot annually
  • Gardeners' plant and harvest for their own purposes
  • Gardeners are required to utilize organic, sustainable and earth friendly methods
  • Water is provided
  • In collaboration with the City of Liberty, the garden has grown to include a Giving Grove Orchard. The initial 14 fruit trees were planted in Nov. 2016.