Register for 2019 Garden Plots - Start by reading garden rules
GARDENING REGULATIONS 1.I will pay the non-refundable rental fee that correlates with the number of plots requested. 2.I will respond to any correspondence from the MCG when required. 3.I will keep weeds down and maintain any common area immediately surrounding my plots (adjacent pathways, fences, etc.) clear of trash, litter, and weeds. I will take all trash home for disposal or recycling. 4.I will keep a regular maintenance schedule throughout the growing season and arrange for someone to care for my plot during any significant time away. 5.I will remain on-site while watering. 6.I will be contacted if my plot has been neglected or improperly cared for and given 10 days to address concerns before further action is taken. 7.I will use the compost bin where available for depositing garden waste. I will not include plastics or any food waste other than fruits or vegetables. Any weeds that have seeds will be placed in the labeled weed bin. 8.I will follow organic gardening practices that minimize the use of pesticides to above threshold numbers. Only “OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) listing” pesticides can be used. 9.I will only harvest my food grown in my plot(s), unless given permission by other plot owners. 10.Children may be in their family or designated group garden plot only and must be supervised at all times. 11.I will not bring pets within the perimeter of the garden unless on a leash and limited to owner’s plot. Pet waste must be removed by owner. 12.If I must abandon my plot for any reason, I will notify MCG (email@example.com). 13.I will only garden during the season, which is from about May 1 until the date determined by the garden manager. No-till gardeners are exempt. 14.Gardening can be conducted seven days a week during daylight hours only. 15.Gardeners are required to remove all plants, stakes, cages, trellises, and any other inorganic materials used for gardening by the date posted at the garden. Choosing to not clean up after the growing season may result in loss of gardening privileges for the next growing season. 16.Gardeners are invited to attend monthly meetings and provide input, vote, and participate in the operational process of the MCG. 17.No plot may be gardened until all fees are paid and a Rental Agreement is signed and received by the MCG. 18.Vehicles are allowed to enter the garden site only for the delivery of heavy materials or loading a large harvest. 19.Growing illegal or poisonous plants is prohibited inside the garden. 20.Produce from gardens is for personal use only and not for resale, except for a recognized youth organization who may resale with permission from the board. If you accept the MCG Regulations, Please fill out the application below. Scroll down to view the Garden Map.
Map of MCG Garden Plots being developed.
Payments for garden plots and donations are made through Farmer to Farmer, Inc web site, our fiscal agent.