About little patch garden
Join us! Saturdays and Sundays at 11am. Wednesdays, 5pm.
Little Patch Garden is the first community garden in central downtown San Antonio. Built by people who live and work in the area, sponsored by some of the coolest businesses in the city, we're on a mission to bring the community together, give neighbors a place to hang out, and grow some food along the way.
The LPG Team
The garden is built by volunteers from all over San Antonio. If you want any information on the project, contact any one of the core team members below.
Gardener, Builder, Cartographer
Steve now oversees overall operation of the garden after six months of leading the design and construction projects and managing work days.
Tom helps the team build and plant, as well as helping plan work days and construction projects.
Planter and builder
Will’s expertise in organic gardening, construction and landscaping help us develop and build projects.
Solar Project Specialist
Nick is bringing solar power and lighting to the garden, as well as helping with tech and watering projects.
User Interface Designer
Ethan is one of the cofounders of the LPG project. After overseeing the first year of the patch, Ethan has stepped back – although he continues to work on special events and volunteer as often as he can.
Katie cofounded the LPG project and oversaw all gardening and planting projects. She has stepped down and is headed out of state, but continues to contribute advice and great ideas to the current team.
Aggie, Urban Planning Student
Joey has returned to A&M, but was a crucial member of the first year of the project – he helped the team design, build and coordinate all of its work so far.
Special Thanks To Our Sponsors!
A Community Project
We're building this garden for the community. Have your say - let us know if you have any ideas. Just e-mail us.
Raised beds open source project
Always looking for tech and green projects.
At the Little Patch Garden, we are always looking for cool new projects. Custom built water sensors, solar pannels, a new hybrid tomato… Whatever is your fancy, keep a look out on Pinterest mood board or submit your idea here.
The master plan
Check out the Little Patch Garden landscape plan. TBG Architect Group has been a large help with providing a professional master plan for the garden. We are using this plan as a guide for our projects.