The volunteer and community-oriented Cheyenne Botanic Gardens has a rich 35-year history of doing more with less.
The community has invested its time and personal funds to reap a rich harvest.
It is much more than just a place that grows plants, it is a diverse institution hand-built by the community and treasured by all who experience it.
An education center
Information for home owners about landscaping, water conservation, solar energy and gardening.
A senior and volunteer center Senior, youth and handicap volunteers provide over 90% of the physical labor at the Gardens.
A city nursery Volunteers grow over 50,000 plants for over 80 city flower beds and nine acres of specialty landscapes.
Volunteers receive therapy working at the Gardens.
A place where the community marks its milestones
Through weddings, senior and family photographs or just a special day.
Icon of Community pride
The Gardens have been awarded by three sitting US Presidents and Harvard, while also recognized in The New York Times. Image: ribbon cutting at the Children’s Village.