Victory Garden at Hogan

Inspired by lack of access to good produce during the COVID pandemic, in 2020 the Weigent-Hogan Neighborhood Association teamed up with the City of La Crosse and La Crosse School District’s Hogan Administrative Center to start a victory garden. This is a community garden that provides fresh vegetables at no cost to the neighbors of Weigent-Hogan neighborhood.

The garden is located at the southeast corner of the Hogan Administration Center and is managed by a team of volunteers. Seeds are planted in the spring and volunteers care for the garden throughout the summer, watering, weeding and providing notices when vegetables are ready to harvest. The garden grows a wide variety of produce including lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, kale, onions, beans and potatoes, tomatoes and basil.

There are no set harvest nights so neighbors can come to the garden throughout the summer and pick produce when its ready. For updates on harvesting, visit our social media page for access to our Facebook page and a link to NextDoor.

Please contact Linda Lee at or Sue Bulk at if you are interested in helping with the garden or providing input on what to grow next year.