2020 season is underway
Attend our annual kickoff meeting 10 a.m. Saturday, April 18, at the Plattsburgh Public Library in the Upstairs Meeting Room. You can get an application there, hand in your application and, for new members, that's where you can get a plot. Remember, current members need to get an application in before or at the kickoff meeting to be assured of getting their same site back.
Email Jack Downs at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
HELP US: We have launched a GoFundMe campaign to help us renovate our water system. Please donate to help.
Have questions, problems? Here is a list of garden board members and contact info.
For more events, download our printable 2020 One-Page Schedule.
Email Jack Downs to sign up for our email list. And check us out on Facebook
IMPORTANT 2020 DOCUMENTS
PLOTHOLDER AGREEMENT 2020 GARDEN SCHEDULE BOARD MEMBER CONTACT INFO
Community Gardening in Plattsburgh since 2009 - offering 60+ plots, skill training, organic soil amendments, community garden tools and lots of fun to community members. Please support our continuing efforts to expand.
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Penfield Plots are 100 Square feet: 4' wide x 25' long. Plot usage fee is $35 for the season. Smaller PHA plots are $25 for the season, although PHA residents garden for free. Fee is paid for use of land, access to water, tools and compost.
- Join us on facebook - Plattsburgh Community Garden Group
- Join our Google Group Mailing List
- Teaching Garden Curriculum and Beginners Growing Guides Available: The Teaching Garden Curriculum was created as part of the "Establishing Organic Teaching Gardens Project" funded by the Towards Sustainability Foundation. Developed by the Cornell Cooperative Extension Clinton County, NY and coordinated by Anne Lenox Barlow, Horticulture Educator, Assisted by Alexander Scharf, Intern in 2010.