- "any place where two or more people garden together; they are commonly established on vacant lots in central cities where land for home gardens is limited" (Review of Community Food Security Literature)
- gardens "owned and operated by community organizations, nonprofit, or public entities, and provide local participants with consumable produce" (A Guide to Local Food System Planning for Scott County MN)
- These can include a garden owned by a school, for example, as in C-G-B School Greenhouse.
Related terms: community gardening, urban agriculture
Within the tag family "Food Actions and Strategies," in the "Social Collaboration" cluster.