2018 Community Gardener Application
Thank you for your interest in having your own four- by ten-foot bed in one of our community gardens! Your completed application ensures your place on a wait-list for the next available garden plot. A $20 fee for the garden plot, use of shared tools, and free access to regular workshops will be collected upon garden plot assignment.
Gardener Name: *
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Gardening Partner Name:
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Gardener Phone: *
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Partner Phone:
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Gardener Street Address: *
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City, State, Zip Code *
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Gardener Email:
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Partner Email:
Phone and e-mail: All Gardeners are required to share their phone number and e-mail address with garden leaders.
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Preferred Language(s): *
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What Neighborhood in Lowell do you live in? *
Please indicate below your garden of preference. You do not need to select all 7 gardens below, but at least choose 2 gardens. Mill City Grows has found that community gardeners are most successful and engaged when they garden in their neighborhood, so we encourage you to sign up for the garden closest to your home.
Rotary (22 Richmond Ave., Back Central)
Smith St (36 Smith St., Lower Highlands)
West 3rd (66 West 3rd St., Centralville)
North Common (413 Fletcher St., The Acre)
Eagle Park (95 W 6th St., Centralville)
Hampshire St (16 Hampshire St, Centralville)
Dane St (6 Dane St., The Acre)
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How many people total, (family members and friends) will be using your plot? *
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Please check the box if you do not give your permission for your photo to be published. If you do not give your permission, please let photographers know when you encounter them in the garden.
Please check all the descriptions that apply to you, these will help us with garden placement: *
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At what times do you expect to use the garden?
Please help us understand when you will use the garden most by listing the primary days and times you will be gardening:
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Community Gardens are sustained by volunteerism and fundraising projects. Are you able to commit 6 or more hours between April and October? *
Would you like to participate in Mill City Grows Gardener Training Program Workshops? *
Does anyone in your household receive any of the following (check any that apply): *
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Community Gardens are led by garden members. Are you interested in learning more about leadership opportunities in the gardens? *
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