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Section 1 of 6
Parkside RTM Community Grower Application
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Section 2 of 6
General Information
Planting
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Section 3 of 6
Plot Selection
Community garden plots will be available this year at only our Camden History Garden Location (1900 Park Blvd). Plots will be assigned in April each year.
3 How many plots would you like (plots are 20 - 30 square feet in size)? I would like 6 plots.
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Do you have the ability to grow on your own property?
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Section 4 of 6
Learning Gardening Skills
Experienced Gardeners
Would you like to be paired with a new gardener to help her/him learn about gardening?  
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Are you interested in learning more advanced gardening and farming techniques at PBCIP’s “Root Camp” classes?
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Are you interested in learning more advanced gardening, food processing/preserving, cooking, or food entrepreneurship at PBCIP’s “Root Camp 102” classes in 2019 (Check all that apply)?
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Section 5 of 6
Community Supported Agriculture
Are you also interested in receiving fresh produce on Wednesdays at the Parkside Learning Garden (1221 Haddon Avenue) for a cost of $10 per week?
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Section 6 of 6
Garden Policies
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Gardening Season
Gardeners must plant their plots no later than June 1st and all plant matter should be removed from plots by October 31st.
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Plot Maintenance
1. Gardeners are responsible for soil preparation.
2. Gardeners are responsible for planting, watering, weeding, deadheading and harvesting vegetables in a timely fashion
3. The area around the plots/planters should also be maintained, keeping them clean and free of litter
4. Gardeners may arrange to share maintenance of plots (e.g., taking turns watering).

Gardeners who need help with certain tasks (e.g., due to physical limitation) should contact the Plot Coordinator to secure assistance.
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Regular Upkeep
1. Garden plots should be cared for at least once a week.
2. Gardeners must arrange for others to care for assigned plots if they are not able to care for the plots in any given week.
 3. If a planted bed is unkempt, a warning notice will be given to the gardener by the Plot Coordinator, at which point the gardener has 1 week to clean up the plot.

Any plot that remains unattended for more than three weeks will be reassigned.
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End-of-Season Clean-Up
1. All dead plants and non-plant materials (e.g. stakes, string, wire) must be removed.
2. The plot should then be mulched (e.g. with leaves) or planted to a cover crop.
3. Plots must be cleaned up and either mulched or planted to a cover crop by October 31st. A failure to clean up one’s plot may result in ineligibility to receive a plot the following season.
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Photo Permission
From time to time, gardeners, garden leaders and the media will take photos of the garden. Please check here (□) if you do not give your permission for your photo (or photos of your children) to be published. If you do not give your permission, please let photographers know when you encounter them at the garden.
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Agree to Garden Rules and Release of Claims.
By signing below, I agree that:    "I have read the Garden Policies and agree to comply with all guidelines, including: maintaining my assigned plot, using acceptable gardening practices, contributing to common garden tasks, using of tools and water appropriately, and behaving appropriately in the garden.  I understand that failure to meet the guidelines may result in loss of gardening privileges. I release the owner of the property and the garden group from and against any liability, damage, loss, claim, demand, suit cost, and expense that occurs in connection to use of the garden by me or my guests."
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Robin Jefferson
If you have additional questions please contact Roots to Market Manager Jonathan Wetstein by email at manager@parksidertm.com or by phone at (856) 964-0440 ext. 12.
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Plot Selection
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Learning Gardening Skills
Would you like to be paired with a new gardener to help her/him learn about gardening?  
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Are you interested in learning more advanced gardening and farming techniques at PBCIP’s “Root Camp” classes?
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For new gardeners:
Would you like to be paired with an experienced gardener to help you learn about gardening?
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Are you interested in learning more advanced gardening, food processing/preserving, cooking, or food entrepreneurship at PBCIP’s “Root Camp 102” classes in 2019 (Check all that apply)?
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Community Supported Agriculture
Are you also interested in receiving fresh produce on Wednesdays at the Parkside Learning Garden (1221 Haddon Avenue) for a cost of $10 per week?
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Garden Policies
Gardening Season
Plot Maintenance
Regular Upkeep
End-of-Season Clean-Up
Photo Permission
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