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Frogtown Park and Farm

“Great public spaces are where celebrations are held, social and economic exchanges take place, friends run into each other, and cultures mix.  They catalyze private investment, define community identity and build bridges to each other”  Project for Public Spaces

In partnership with the Trust for Public Land and Frogtown Gardens, the City is in the acquisition phase of a new park for the Frogtown Neighborhood.  The 12.7 acre parcel (old Wilder Foundation Headquarters) will consist of a natural area, a recreation area and an urban demonstration farm.  Neighbors will be able to learn about farming traditions and urban farming in their own backyards, and also have space for exercise and a quiet connection to nature.


Construction contract is out for rebid for fall 2014 or spring 2015 construction.
Construction on initial site development delayed: The project development contract was put out for bids in early June. There was only one bidder for the work and the bid was over budget. The project will be rebid with an option for a spring construction schedule in order to accommodate more competitive bids. This will push out the growing season for the farm, as well.

Historical Report on the Area is complete! Read the report here: (PDF)

Frogtown Farm Framework finalized (Large file size. May take time to download)

ACQUISITION A SUCCESS! The City became the new property owners of Frogtown Park and Farm on December 4, 2013!


Saturday, January 4th, 1-4 PM at Jackson Elementary (437 Edmund Ave. St. Paul)
Agenda, Presentation (Large file size. May take time to download)

Tuesday, December 10th, 6-8 PM at Jackson Elementary

  • Preliminary design planning: Fall 2013 - Winter 2014
    • 1st Meeting: September 19, 2013
    • Farm Design Workshop: October 12, 2013 (for Farm design elements only, hosted by Rebar and Frogtown Farm)       
    • 2nd Meeting: December 10th       
    • Final Meeting: January 4th, 2014   
  • Land acquisition: December 2013
  • Site infrastructure development: Fall 2014 or Spring 2015   
  • Grand opening and Farming: Summer 2015


Project Manager: Kathleen Anglo
Ph: (651) 266-6368

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