The Burke Mountain Temporary Community Garden was a temporary growing space in the Foothills at Burke Mountain neighbourhood in Coquitlam, BC, Canada. Built in early 2013, the garden had 63 community garden beds, seating, heavy-duty compost system, 10' high deer fencing and a community board. This garden was built by a local developer for community members to grow food and flowers.

The garden was relocated numerous times throughout the timeline of the project. The temporary garden was replaced by a permanent community garden with the opening of the Burke Mountain Pioneer Park in 2017. The permanent garden is now managed by the City of Coquitlam.


before garden installation

Garden Design

During garden installation

After Garden Installation