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Dartmouth Organic Farm Event Request Form
Name and Year of Event Coordinator
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Date of Event
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Time of Event
Time
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Event Details/Name of Event
Type of Event
(Grill dinner, pizza oven, bonfire, birthday party, etc.)
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Sponsoring Organization
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Other volunteers that will be helping with your event
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Venue
*Please be advised that you are responsible for providing items that are essential to the functionality of your event at the farm, though the Office of Sustainability may be able to provide assistance and resources.
Which area of the farm will be used?
What will you need?
Attendees
*If total # of attendees is more than 30, we recommend making your event BYO plates/cups/bowls/utensils.
* Groups of more than 30 occupying the site for 2+ hours, will be required to rent a port-potty for the duration of their event.
How many people are attending?
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Target Audience
Is your event public or private?
Please describe how guests will be transported to your event:
Do you need additional college-certified drivers to run a shuttle from campus?
Please describe the amount and type of food and drink being served at your event:
Will catered food be provided?
Equipment required (some additional charges may apply)
Alcohol
No Alcohol is permitted at farm events unless your event has been officially registered through AMP:
https://www.dartmouth.edu/amp/policy/

All groups that hold events at the farm are expected to follow the regulations outlined in Dartmouth’s Standards of Conduct. All events including alcohol must adhere to the college's guidelines: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~cse/alcohol_guidlines_3_16_2015.pdf.

If you are interested in serving alcohol at your event, the Dartmouth Sustainability Office can work with you to ensure all of these guidelines are met.

Will Alcohol be served at this event?
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