Welcome to the Community Gardens of Tucson!
Thank you for your interest in gardening with us. The questions that follow will us stay in communication and understand the needs of our members for garden education, accommodations and other support. Thank you!
What are your preferred pronouns?
What is your preferred method of communication?
Any of the above
The Community Gardens of Tucson emails an e-newsletter, “The Seedling”, six times a year to our members. We also email important announcements to everyone on our e-newsletter distribution list. Would you like to subscribe to our newsletter?
Where will you be gardening?
Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind, 1200 W. Speedway (West of I-10)
Blue Moon Garden, 1501 N. Oracle Rd. (near Drachman)
Chaverim Garden, 5901 E. 2nd St. (near Speedway, Eastside)
Davidson Garden, Fort Lowell & Alvernon. (Midtown)
Doolen Garden, 2400 N. Country Club (Near Grant, Midtown)
GD2 Garden (Near Swan & GrantMidtown)
Gregory School Garden, 3231 N. Craycroft (Near River, Northeast)
Highland Vista Garden, 5300 E. 7th St. (Near Craycroft, Eastside)
Homer Davis Garden, 4250 N. Romero (Near Wetmore, Westside)
Keeling Garden, 2919 N. Los Altos (Near Fort Lowell & First Ave., Midtown)
Mansfield Garden, 2000 N. 4th Ave. (Near Grant, Midtown)
Mary Meredith Garden, 755 N. Magnolia (Near 5th St. & Swan, East)
New Spirit Garden, 8701 E. Old Spanish Trail (Near Camino Seco, Southeast)
Nottinghill Garden, 2660 N. Alvernon (Near Glenn, Midtown)
Presidio Garden (Near Fort Lowell & Country Club, Midtown)
Rincon Mountain Garden, 8445 E. Tanque Verde (East)
Shay-Shay Garden, 3800 E River Rd (At the Tucson JCC)
St. Demetrios Garden, 1145 E. Fort Lowell (Near Mountain, Midtown)
Sunrise Garden, 5301 E. Sunrise (Near Craycroft, Northeast)
Ventana Vista Garden, 6085 N. Kolb (Near Sunrise Northeast)
Will you be sharing your plot?
If yes, please provide the name of the person you'll be sharing a plot with.
Please provide best contact information (email or phone) for the person you'll be sharing with. We will follow up with them to ensure they receive relevant membership guidelines and announcements.
Tell us about yourself!
The following information will help us assess needs for interpretation, training and support so that you can be successful with gardening.
What is your preferred language?
What is your vegetable gardening experience?
New to desert vegetable gardening
OPTIONAL: This information will only be used confidentially to assess demographic representation for grant writing and to improve representation within CGT. Please indicate if you identify as one or more of the following groups:
Hispanic or Latinx
Native American, Indigenous, or Alaskan Native
Black or African American
Caucasian or White
Asian or Asian American
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
OPTIONAL: What is your age?
65 and better
OPTIONAL: Do children 18 or under ever accompany you to the garden (e.g. your own children, grandchildren, friends)?
Plot Fee Assistance
The standard plot fee is $18 per month. Online payment two times/year (October/April, $108 ) is preferred. Payment by check, money order or cash by mail is also accepted. Monthly, quarterly or annual payments are also accepted with prior arrangement.
Plot fee assistance may be available for eligible applicants. Reduced plot fees are $12 or $6 per month.
Work exchange opportunities may also be available for eligible applicants (2 hours of labor provided in exchange for waived plot fee).
With questions contact,
Do you need plot fee assistance? If yes, a CGT representative will follow up with you.
Are you interested in Work Exchange? If yes, a CGT representative will follow up with you.
Thank you so much for your time! We look forward to gardening with you. Is there anything else you'd like us to know?
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