Garden Website Contact 13th Street Richard Lukas President, 13th Street Community Park and www.13thstreetgarden.org Garden, Inc. 7th street garden Liz Falk, Director of Garden Programs & the7thstreetgarden.squarespace.com Development Barry Farm (DPR) Kelly Melsted Blair Road Garden (NPS) Howard Williams (garden coordinator) or Mark Perry (section leader) Brookland Community Garden Kacie Warner Deanwood Garden Emery Garden (DPR) Robert Jackson Fort Dupont Park Gardens (NPS) www.nps.gov/fodu Paul Gross Fort Reno Garden (DPR) Martha Hamilton Fort Stanton (NPS) Fort Stanton Civic Association, Addie Cooke (president) Fort Stevens Garden (NPS) Ms. Corinia E. Prince, President of the Ft. Steven's Gardening Association Francis Garden (DPR) Kelly Melsted Friendship Garden (DPR) Penni St. Hilaire & Tommy Tomlinson, Garden Coordinators Glover Archbald Garden (NPS) Konstantinos Kraniotis Green East Community Garden Tom Kavanagh (President) Hill East Community Garden www.hilleastgarden.org Hill East Community Garden current board members Hilton Garden Kendall LePoer, Chairman Independence Garden Kendall LePoer, Coordinator Justice Park (DPR) Kelly Melsted Kalorama Garden (DPR) www.kaloramapark.com Carole Grunberg & Chris Otten King’s Court Community Garden Pat Taylor Kingman Park/ Rosedale Community www.kprgarden.org Mandie Yanasak Garden Lederer Youth Gardens (DPR) www.dc.gov Jerome Smith Lovejoy School Community Garden Marta Mirecki Mamie D. Lee Garden (NPS) Harold Stone Melvin Hazen Garden (NPS) www.clevelandpark.com/melvinhazengarden Karin Adams, President Loretta Castaldi, Secretary/membership Montana Gardens Alfred Bullock Newark Street Community Garden (DPR) www.newarkstcommunitygarden.org Linda & Lew Berry Peabody Garden (NPS) Eloise Copeland Pomegranate Alley Community Garden Mark Holler (Gingko Gardens) groups.yahoo.com/group/pomegranategarden Rock Creek Garden (NPS) Nancy Oswald Takoma Community Garden Chris Hutchinson Takoma Recreation Center Garden (DPR) Temple Garden www.geocities.com/templegardeners Ms. Harriet Winslow Twin Oaks Garden/Youth Garden Kaitlin Rienzo-Stack Virginia Ave Community Garden Jennifer Lancaster, Membership Coordinator Walter Pierce Park Community Garden www.walterpiercepark.org/Garden.html Washington Youth Garden www.washingtonyouthgarden.org Kaifa Anderson-Hall, Program Director Waterside Garden Camille Cook West End Garden Kevin Platte Whitehaven Garden (NPS) Matthew Riley, Manager Wylie St Community Garden Diane Hoover, gardener Email Phone Plot Size # Wait List $ firstname.lastname@example.org Under Construction--do not expect plots to be available until spring 2010. 20 planned The cost has not been determine 7thStreetGarden@gmail.com 441 9678 No Individual Plots. Work-Share CSA available for low income participants. 202-671-0396 email@example.com 321-1543 (Perry) Yes, full for 2009 firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Perry) ~150 1/2 1/2 plot- 15x15, full plot- 30x30, though all plots are not square. plot- $20....Full plot- $35, inc email@example.com Currently in search of space. No individual plots - vision is for raised There is no more Deanwood Garden, the land that they had it on is being built up with houses go to the Rec Center 202-426-5961 25'x25' 220 no waiting list no cost 12 no vacancies, waitlist no cost of 10-12. To be added to the waitlist, mail a card or note to 3615 Albemarle St NW, WDC 20008. They will be kept in order of postmark. approx 20 by 20ft roughly 50 plots There is a $15 annual fee. Gard firstname.lastname@example.org 202-671-0396 email@example.com 966-4087 15'x15' 50 There are some plots $10 available this year but we do have a list so people putting their name on the list now will not get a garden until next year or the year after. firstname.lastname@example.org 703-966-8466 12' x 4' 29 yes, 2 people $100 up front and $50 yearly don email@example.com 4x12 36 yes, 1-2 seasons long $100 initial fee to (see website for join HECG, $50 details of getting on annual fee the list) thereafter firstname.lastname@example.org 202-547-3938 70 square feet 44 yes, it's long Dues are $12.50 per year. One email@example.com various sizes 38 no cost 202-547-3938 Waiting list 2-3 years. firstname.lastname@example.org 202-671-0396 email@example.com 8' x 11' 19 yes, 12-20 waiting $25 annual fee firstname.lastname@example.org 30 3 years for tools, etc $35-75 for water, 20 x 4 to 40 x 4 (longtime gardeners have larger plots) etc email@example.com 256-5418 16'x4' 16 yes 1 yr 40 firstname.lastname@example.org 202-727-8061 60 all together no waiting plots Adult plots are $20 per season C 40 childrens plots 5ftx15ft 20 adult plots 10ftx15ftlist are individual 4'x8' 18 yes, 12 people $25/year plus a email@example.com small key fee firstname.lastname@example.org 202-236-8730 plots 12.5x25 – half plots and 25x25 – full plots, with possibility of subdividing into half plots $25 p 74 yes $15 per year for half plots, 244-3140 (Ms Adams) 102 No plots are currently available, but a wait list is maintained. New gardeners receiving plots for the 2009 growing season have been on the wait list for approximately 24 months. Melvin.Hazen.Garden@verizon.net 200 Square Ft. $15 initiation fee + $25 annual du Nyacklb2@aol.com 15x15 220 1-2 seasons $15 - $40 email@example.com average plot is 10X10 15 yes, several people.... $1.00/sq ft little turnover 202.543.5172 firstname.lastname@example.org 120 Yes, we currently have a wait list of 30+ names. Typically it is a wait of 2-4 years on the list 10 x 20 feet $10 deposit, $10 annual fee 70 yes, 70 people, WAIT email@example.com LIST CLOSED 631-241-5580 (cell phone) 10x10 45 $20/year firstname.lastname@example.org 12X3.5 20X3.5 or 10X10 40 yes, 2 years on .50/sq ft Commgarden@yahoo.com average There is no longer a functioning community garden in Walter Pierce Park -- email@example.com 202-245-2709 Contact WYG for applications. Volunteers always welco no cost no individual plots available - participate through programs or volunteer firstname.lastname@example.org 554-3728 12 Fees: $20 for common needs, i.e. fence and gate repairs, trash bags and flower plants. $40 to Church for water and 12 x 10 feet trash removal. email@example.com 202-986-0469 10' x 25' or 5' x 25' 15-20 yes, 36 people $20/year 50 yes, 25 people (average wait: two firstname.lastname@example.org 202-333-6224 average size 20x25' years) 25$ Annual dues $50 deposit 5'x8' 8 we are a group raised of neighbors beds gardening a vacant lot; we are not as formal as asking for dues, or even having officers email@example.com Location Zip Quad Ward C and 13th Sts. SE SE 6 NW 2 3rd and Elm Street, NW in LeDroit Park 8 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., between Howard and Sumner Rds., Oglethorpe St & Blair Rd NW 4 Looking for land 2007-2008 20017 NE 5 NE 7 Georgia Ave & Madison St NW 4 Ft. Dupont & Ft. Davis NE 7 Belt Rd & Chesapeake St NW 3 1700 Frankfort St. SE SE 13th St & Ft. Stevens Dr NW 4 25th and N Sts., NW NW 2 45th & Van Ness St NW 3 42nd St & New Mexico Ave NW 3 Alley lot between 17th, 18th, D, and E St. SE. SE 6 HECG is located in Southeast Washington, SE 6 DC in alley between C and D, and 17th and 18th streets, SE 220 6th St NE NE 6 6th St & Independence Ave SW, accross SW 2 from the Air and Space Museum NW 19th St & Columbia Rd NW 1 King's Ct. alley - between 200 block of 14th SE 6 St and 15th St. SE rear of 400 block of 20th St NE 7 4801- Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue N.E. DC NE 12th and E Streets, NE NE 6 100 Gallatin St NE NE 4 NW 3 Sedgewick Avenue just west of Connecticut Ave NW. 17th St & Montana Ave NE NE 5 39th St & Newark St 20016 NW 3 8th & Peabody Sts NW NW 4 11th & I SE. Behind Ginkgo Gardens SE 6 Rock Creek Park Police stables along NW 3 Oregon Ave, NW Blair & Piney Branch Rds NW 4 3rd & Van Buren Sts NW 4 15th & S St NW 2 14th & Taylor St NW 4 In the Virginia Ave. Park, 9th & Virginia Ave. SE 6 SE US National Arboretum 3501 New York Ave NE NE 5 SW 2 6th and Water Sts, SW 5th & N Sts NW NW 2 40th & W Sts NW NW 3 lot is located at the corner of 13th and Wylie NE (one block north of H St NE) Rules Rules are given to all gardeners once they receive a plot...mainly, they want you to garden organically, and grow annuals. One very important rule for Blair is that garden Needs more support/volunteers. We mainly follow the NPS by-laws when it comes to urban gardening on their land. The major rules are 1) gardening must be organic 2) No potatoes (due to potato bee Gardeners must live in DC. They need to have time to garden and commit to keeping their garden and paths planted and weed free during the growing season which w This garden is as much about our kids and community as it is about gardening. To that effect it includes a large in-ground sandbox, butterfly garden, worm farm, three s Gardening rules and instructions for getting on the waitlist are found on the website. Capitol Hill residents only. no special rules See attached rules Because it is so small, we have an in-boundary rule which is that you have to live within 4 blocks in any direction. Also, gardeners get their plots for 2 years and then it t Garden is located on National Park Service Land and was originally structured as a victory garden during WWII. The garden maintains the victory garden concept which DC residents interested in applying for membership should either go the the web site to download the application or visit the garden site to pick up an application after M Total organic garden the wait-list has been closed until further notice. If anyone contacts you, and asks about wanting to apply for a garden plot, please tell them that since the waiting list is n water & tools are available on-site We require volunteering and community involvement in the garden Growing Food ... Growing Together program seeks low-income families to tend communal plots together every Saturday morning in a 15 week program. Families receive information and resources on cultivating the garden, nutrition and cooking, as well as a share of the harvest. All participate in common tasks, i.e. tending flowers outside the fence, leaf raking and picking up trash. All plots are taken and there is a waiting list. We have very little t Unlisted Contact Info 529-3683 (Mr. Williams) Edith Nesby, 202-387-3984 362-1434, firstname.lastname@example.org (bouncing), email@example.com (bouncing) firstname.lastname@example.org (bouncing) growing season which we consider to be April through October. Gardens are to be cleaned up at the end of the season. Gardeners are also expected to help with community proje arden, worm farm, three sisters garden, community patio and communal herb garden. email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org 202.309.1778 (carole); Chris 202.536.4065 (202) 543-2605 s for 2 years and then it turns over. 202-363-2201 (Ms Castaldi) 202 966-2936 Contact Eloise Copeland or William Vest at 202-722-5270 or 202-723-2108 at since the waiting list is now over 70 people long, it has been closed until further notice. The waiting period is in excess of 2 years before anyone can clear the wait-list and get a plo email@example.com g list. We have very little turnover. Each gardener must keep their plot in service and reasonably neat. d to help with community projects such as attending the work days and maintaining public paths and spaces and keeping things in good shape. clear the wait-list and get a plot in the garden. We now have more people on the wait-list than we have in the garden. Please fee free to refer anyone to me at either jollybean@veriz to me at either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.