May Park Community Garden Rules, Registration, and Liability Form 2020
Welcome to the 2020 gardening season! The Jackson Hole Community Garden Project is now a program of Slow Food in the Tetons! We are pleased to be involved in such a strong and vibrant community of enthusiastic gardeners and we look forward to working together to make this transition as seamless as possible. We've been working closely with past Garden Coordinators to lay the groundwork for a successful season, and we'll be forming a Community Gardening Committee (more details to come) to inform future garden decisions.

Slow Food in the Tetons is a Jackson, WY based 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are a chapter to Slow Food USA and part of the international Slow Food movement. Our mission is to grow the local and regional sustainable food system by supporting producers, educating consumers, and connecting them together in the spirit of good, clean and fair food.

-- APRIL 16 - Deadline for postmark payment, otherwise your plot will be offered to someone on the waitlist.
-- APRIL 22 - Gardens officially open, introduction meeting with garden coordinator (more details to come)
-- MAY 2 - All Gardener Work Day at May Park. Everyone's help is needed. Bring friends and family!
-- JUNE 15 - Deadline to plant your garden, otherwise your plot will be offered to someone on the waitlist and will not be refunded.
-- OCTOBER 31 - Gardens officially close. Gardens are required to be closed out by this date, otherwise you will forfeit your plot for the following year.

**We will not be able to host an introduction meeting this year at the library like in years past due to the current situation. We will host intro meetings at individual gardens. More details to come.**

Volunteer job sign ups will happen at the garden introduction meeting (more details to come). Meeting attendees will get first priority, and we will contact anyone who misses the meeting to sign up for remaining slots. Everyone will have a task to work on throughout the summer.

Garden pricing, instructions to send money, garden rules and guidelines, and the liability information are all below. Please read and sign.

Please reach out to your Garden Coordinator, if you have any questions:
Mari Allan Hanna
(307) 699-9025
Welcome to the 2020 Gardening Season!
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