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Dan McKenzie Community Garden

43224, 160th St, Lawndale, CA 90260

Dan McKenzie Community Garden is a space where residents come together to grow their own fruits, vegetables, and plants in the City of Lawndale. Sometimes referred to as P-Patch gardens, this garden truly beautifies the city’s landscape.

What better place to commune and enjoy the outdoor Lawndale’s areas than in this unique natural area where you can spend part of your outdoor leisure time growing fruits, vegetables, flowers, and different herbs plants at Dan McKenzie Community Gardens? The garden’s visitors can enjoy a lovely day in a secure location with enough amenities to spend hours and hours a day nurturing their gardens. Some of Dan McKenzie Community Garden’s amenities include water, 20’ x 20’ garden plots, a picnic area, storage sheds, a green waste receptacle, and a portable restroom.

Los Angeles County has around 70 community gardens that serve over 3,900 families. Community gardens are fun, vibrant, and cooperative organizations that build self-reliance in neighborhoods, reduce poverty, mitigate global warming, and benefit the Ballona Creek watersheds and the LA River. The Los Angeles Community Garden runs this community garden. It helps the communities interested in adding a community garden in their neighborhood with different vegetables like corn, and squash, among others.