Kincaid St. Community Garden


Kincaid St. Gardens






In the summer of 2011, over 150 volunteers from PULSE and the Mennonite Convention in Pittsburgh worked to convert three abandoned lots (5414 Kincaid Street) in the Garfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh into garden space.  The hope was that property, located right behind the PULSE Graham house, would serve as an opportunity for local residents to “cultivate community” by growing their own  food.  Lots were cleared and eight beds were created in the space with the long-term hope of developing a community garden.

In late 2012, PULSE began collaborating with the Garfield Community Action Team (GCAT ) on developing the community garden project with local residents.

If you are a Garfield resident  interested in getting a bed, sign-up here. Community garden work days and kids’ work days happen regularly, so stop on by, show your support and lend a hand.  Volunteer with PULSE.

Keep up to date about the Kincaid St. Gardens by visiting the Facebook Page.