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Private Plots

Get your own private plot: Plots are 3’x6’ and $30/year. Maximum of 2 plots per household.

Reduced fees for low-income households. Please email to request.

Shared Garden Plots

Plant in the shared garden: Free! Work and harvest shared by the community. For example, help weed and water, and then take home produce.

Volunteer Days and Other Events

We have garden volunteer days twice a month, on the third Sunday and fourth Saturday. Check out our Events page for more information and other garden events.

…or join one of our garden committees!

Shared Plots Team

Description: Work with a team to maintain/plant/water shared plots (green shared plots, kids plot perimeter plots, fruits and tree nut area); make sure all plants are clearly labeled in English and Spanish signs.

  • Expectations:  Team members should commit at least one day a week to the shared plots.  One member of the team should attend the monthly Steering Committee meetings to share updates (can be done remotely); help lead garden workdays

Compost Committee

Description: Assist in compost decision-making; general organization and administration; lead compost workdays, communicate with the compost listserve; train new compost members

  • Expectations: One member of the team should attend the monthly Steering Committee meetings to share updates (can be done remotely); help lead garden workdays

Maintenance Committee

Description: Work with Steering Committee to identify and execute repairs and other garden maintenance projects; buy material for workdays; organize equipment; buy supplies; help lead workdays

  • Expectations: One member of the team should attend the monthly Steering Committee meetings to share updates (can be done remotely)

Membership Team

Description: Assign garden plots and manage garden communication, and process membership dues

  • Expectations: Check garden email account at least three times a week; assign plots at the beginning of the season and clear out waitlist throughout the season, one member of the team should attend the monthly Steering Committee meetings to share updates (can be done remotely); help lead garden workdays

Communications Team

Description: Create and send a biweekly garden newsletter to all members, send workday reminders the morning of and four days before workdays, posting pictures of garden Facebook and Instagram, keeping the garden website updated

  • Expectations: One member of the team should attend the monthly Steering Committee meetings to share updates (can be done remotely) highlighting issues at the garden and tips of the garden on newsletter,

Steering Committee

Description: Assist in garden decision-making; general organization and administration

  • Expectations: Attend monthly Steering Committee meetings; receive updates from other teams; help lead garden workdays

Email us to join.

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