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    Community Garden

Community garden Community Garden

The purpose of the Alpine Community Garden is to promote community, growth through gardening and food sustainability.  The fenced garden is located off West Alpine Lake Drive – just across from the boathouse and downhill from the Dog Park.

Garden Q&A:

  • How many lots are there?
    • 15 plots
  • Size of  plots?
    • each one is about 17x17 feet
  • Is this a rental fee?
    • Yes, usually $10 - $15 a year - to cover tiller use, repairs, gas and a rainy day kitty.
  • How often do lots turnover?  Is it easy to get a garden plot?  Is there a waitlist?
    • Usually 2 to 3 plots turn over each year
    • Currently all are assigned and no one on the wait list
  • Water accessible?
    • Yes, there is a 225 gallon water tank, a gas powered pump to fill it and a solar powered pump to keep it filled and topped off.
    • Additional tools - a tiller, wheelbarrow and some hand tools
  • Other rules?
    • No dogs in the area, put rocks and weeds in the correct area, clean off the tiller tines when done using 
  • Who is the contact person for the garden - yourself or others?
    • Frank Ross, Herman Mason or Jim Hoadley
    • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Come grow with us!!!

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