Crow Canyon Gardens is a public park owned by the City of San Ramon. The gardens were first planted in May, 1978 and were initially created as a source for fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables for Mudd's Restaurant (located adjacent to the garden). Virginia Mudd's primary purpose for the creation of the restaurant and gardens was to advance the art of growing, preparing and serving fresh wholesome food, to illustrate the direct connection between the source of food – the garden or farm – and the dishes served in the dining room. Her passion was to introduce the public in a delightful way to a style of cooking and eating that is delicious, maximizes the nutritious value of the food, and takes into account the way in which the food is produced.

Today, through the demonstration kitchen garden, group tour program, classes, and community gardens, the Garden serves the local community as an environmental education and to promote the ideals of land stewardship, ecological responsibility, and small-scale biological agriculture
Greenhouse's, tool shed, garden equipment area
Running water, porta potty,

www.ci.sa-ramon.ca.us/

Location
160 Park Place, San Ramon, CA 94583 United States
Mailing Address
17011 Bollinger Canyon Road San Ramon, CA 94583
Contact
Jeff Eorio
925-973-3360
[Protected email address]
Host Organization
City of San Ramon
Setting
Suburban
Size
326700 Square Feet
Total Plots
54
Year Founded
1978

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