Greene Acres Member Agreement

All members must sign this agreement. Your information is confidential. Only the Membership Working Group has access to it, and they will not share it with anyone except in extenuating circumstances.

Contact us at greene.acres@gmail.com or see greeneacresgarden.com.

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    As a member of Greene Acres, each year:

    I will pay dues by May 1 I will plant my plot, if I have one, by May 1 and tend it April to October I will host ten scheduled open hours (Thu 5-7, Fri 5-7, Sat 11-7, Sun 9-5)** I will attend at least three work days and two meetings** I will be kind, respectful and helpful, and will refrain from hurtful behavior I will supervise children and animals in my care closely and will not allow animals off-leash I will not hold children’s gatherings in the garden without permission from the group I will not give away my key, copy it, or lend it for copying I will not store personal items or leave unwanted material anywhere in the garden I will mind the bylaws, which I have read in the shed or on our website I will treat members' personal information and garden communications with privacy and respect (e.g. won't share or publish members' contact information or pictures without their consent; won't spam the list) I understand that if I violate this agreement, I may be subject to action, including reassignment of my plot, dismissal from the garden or confiscation of my key. **Does not apply to composting members, who agree to help with at least one compost session per year. Does not apply to chicken committee members, who have alternate arrangements with the Membership Working Group.
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