The UNA has three vibrant community gardens available to its residents. The Community Gardens are extremely popular and provide an opportunity for residents to grow their own food and flowers, as well as to connect with community members.
The first garden (Hawthorn) opened in 2008, followed shortly by Rhodo. Nobel garden was opened in 2012. There are a total of 180 plots between the three gardens.
The Program is managed by the UNA Sustainability Coordinator, supported by volunteer garden representatives from each of the gardens.