RSVP Form for Plot Against Hunger's Spring Garden Kick-off 2018
Plot Against Hunger presents the 5th Annual Spring Garden Kick-off featuring speakers, knowledgeable practitioners, free seeds, and demonstrations of garden techniques. The kick-off is a great way to learn about how to start a garden for AFAC, how to donate produce to AFAC, and hear from community garden coordinators and others about lessons learned. For information, contact Puwen Lee at
Where do you garden?
I am a home gardener
I garden at a community garden (please indicate which garden in the "other" field)
I garden at a school garden (please indicate which garden in the "other" field)
I garden at a church garden (please indicate which garden in the "other" field)
I am not a gardener, but would like to learn how to garden
Have you donated fresh vegetables and fruits to AFAC before?
What are your interests?
I am interested in learning about how to start a garden for AFAC.
I am interested in helping at one of AFAC's Plot Against Hunger gardens through the growing season.
I can start tomato and pepper seedlings for AFAC clients and have 6-week old seedlings available by April 15th.
I am interested in learning techniques to control pests and diseases in my garden and increase crop yields
I am interested in helping AFAC distribute seedlings to clients and gardeners who grow for AFAC
I am interested in joining the AFAC Plot Against Hunger committee to help increase fresh produce for AFAC clients
Panda Brigade: Would you be interested in helping to cut bamboo for garden trellises and fencing this Spring? We will have a one-time bamboo cutting session in late March.
Yes, please contact me
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