Terra BIRDS partners with the City of Flagstaff to manage community gardens on city land at the following locations:

  • Bonito Street Community Garden (527 W. Elm Ave.) - Flagstaff's oldest community garden located along the Rio de Flag downtown.
  • Izabel Street Community Garden (1700 E. 6th Ave.) - Sunnyside neighborhood's community garden close to Coconino High.
  • O’Leary Street Community Garden (900 S. O’Leary St.) - Flagstaff's newest community garden is currently undergoing improvements.
  • Pinon Community Garden (N. Pinecliff Dr.) - Managed by one of the neighbors specifically for the residents near the Pinecliff area.
  • Hebets Community Garden (off the FUTS trail in Coconino Estates) - A food forest garden open to the community with no individual plots.


This year, Terra BIRDS' launched our Community Urban Harvest Project  to help address the problem of food scarcity and hunger in Flagstaff by creating a thriving, healthy food system that provides fresh produce grown in our community gardens and urban farm to donate to local hunger relief organizations. Twenty four percent of Flagstaff residents live at or below the poverty line.  Nearly half of the students in our school district qualify for free or reduced cost lunch. Many people are struggling to provide food for themselves and their families.


This Fall, Terra BIRDS has donated almost 500 pounds of fresh, local produce to the People's Pantry and the Flagstaff Family Food Center.

Community Gardens

Providing Flagstaff's urban community gardeners a place to grow, harvest, and learn together.

Terra BIRDS

Educating and empowering youth through gardening.

Preparing stewards for a sustainable future.   


P.O. Box 605

Flagstaff, AZ 86002


info@terrabirds.org