2018 Build Sites
We build subsidized food gardens for low income families. If you are not low income, but would like a garden, we can build a fundraising garden for you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for that option.
2018 South East and North West Focus
As we re-launch the program, we are keeping the focus close to our home offices. However, as funds provide we will be fulfilling garden requests on a first come first serve basis.
A Just Garden includes: One to three raised beds, seeds, starts, a growing guide, and four education sessions.
Step 1: Apply for Your Garden
Fill the form below to get your name on the list. A Just Garden representative will e-mail or call you to let you know if you qualify and whether you are in a garden area.
Step 2: Orientation
The orientation includes:
- Just Garden Mission, Vision and History
- The Context For our Work
- Program Outline and Calendar
- Just Garden/Gardener Agreements
- Goal and Expectations Setting
- Confirmation of Participation
Snacks and Child Care are provided
Step 3: Site Visit & Education
Following your orientation, the education begins. You will have 3 neighborhood workshops on organic gardening. During this time, a Just Garden builder will come to your home to fill out agreements, per-surveys, liability and media release forms, map the garden and set the build date.
Step 4: Garden Build
Just Garden builds for 2018 have yet to be scheduled. However, during the build, Just Garden will bring 3+ volunteers to your home to help build the garden. Gardeners are asked to provide 2-3 volunteers as well.
Step 5: Maintenance & Reporting
Education Completion-The final Just Garden education session is about a week or two after the build. We answer any questions and provide additional resources at that time.
Plant Start Pick Up-You have starts available 1-3 additional times throughout the growing season. We send our e-mails to communicate pick up opportunities.