Roosevelt Island Garden Club Plot Waitlist Application
The Roosevelt Island Garden Club was established in 1976 as a community garden. Our 130+ members grow all kinds of vegetables, plants, and flowers, all pesticide-free. Any Roosevelt Island resident is welcome to apply to be placed onto the Membership Waitlist, regardless of their skill level. The present wait to become a member (and be granted access to a Community Garden plot) is approximately 3 years.
• When we have received this application, you will be added to the Plot Waitlist, and you will receive a
• Please keep the RIGC updated of any changes to your contact info, so your details remain current in our Plot
Waitlist files. Only current Roosevelt Island residents are eligible to receive a plot.
• There are no dues to pay at this time.
Once assigned a plot, members must abide by the following requirements each year to retain their membership in the RIGC and retain access to a garden plot in the Community Garden.
• Updated registration form on file each year. We will notify you annually.
• Liability Waiver signed and on file each year. We will notify you annually.
• Dues/Fees paid on time. (General Membership $60 per year. Accessible gardens $25 per year.)
• Actively gardening their own plot throughout the gardening season.
• Remain a resident of Roosevelt Island.
• Perform a minimum 3 hours of community service in the gardens per year.
• Attend at least one of the two General Membership meetings per year.
• Meet all Garden Club Standards.
• Adherence to all RIGC Rules & Regulation and the RIGC By-Laws.
Your First Name
Your Last Name
Street Address & Apt #
Primary Phone #
Secondary Phone # (not required)
Secondary Email Address (not required)
Have you gardened before?
Previous gardening experience is not required!
If yes, tell us more!
Do you have any other skills or abilities you might be able to provide? All talents and gifts may apply. If so, tell us more!
Are you a person with a certified disability?
Are you applying for a wheelchair accessible, raised bed E plot?
Are you interested in being considered for the RIGC Associate Gardener program while you're on the waitlist?
Once approved, Associate Gardeners help Garden Club Members who need assistance or work with a committee such as landscape, compost, outreach, sor other gardening projects. Being an Associate Gardener is a great way to get your hands in the soil now, while you're on the waitlist. You may also choose to just volunteer with us for a community service day.
Yes. I am interested in being considered for the Associate Gardener program.
No thanks. Not at this time.
How did you hear about the Roosevelt Island Garden Club?
How many household members will be gardening?
There is no additional cost
Do you speak any additional languages? Which ones?
Send me a copy of my responses.
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