Southwest Corridor Park
Gardening in the Southwest Corridor
Interested in a Community Garden?
Community Garden Online Application
Resources and Information for Garden Stewards and Volunteers:
Weed or Flower? About weeds and invasive plants
Expense request form for garden stewards and volunteers [Excel]
Download the expense request form [Excel] to request funding for planting and materials. (Click or right-click to save this to your computer. Complete the form, save, and email.)
Our general email address - firstname.lastname@example.org - will connect you with volunteer opportunities and general information for both PMAC and the SWCPC, and for all sections of the park, from Jamaica Plain to South End/Back Bay.
- Apply for a Community Garden. Apply for a space in one of the eleven Community Gardens along the corridor.
Use the Online Application for Community Gardens to apply.
- Volunteer Days - South End/Back Bay and JP: Particpate in volunteer days to maintain plants and landscaping.
Volunteers transplant, weed, prune and do general clean-up on various days during the spring, summer and fall. Volunteers include
neighborhood residents and people from all over the city who volunteer through BostonCares and other organizations.
- Be a Garden Steward - South End/Back Bay and JP. Volunteer to be a steward who takes care of a designated area in the corridor.
You can see examples of gardens cared for by volunteers
on the Maps page on this website.
Email email@example.com for more information for South End/Back Bay gardening and
Jenny Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org for JP gardening.
General Email Address
SWCPC Gardening & Park Stewardship / South End/Back Bay
Franco Campanello, SWCPC President, volunteer coordinator for park stewards in the South End/Back Bay area
SWCPC Gardening & Park Stewardship / Jamaica Plain
Jenny Jones, SWCPC/PMAC Member, organizer for park stewards in the Jamaica Plain/Stony Brook area