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Please fill out the following form to be added to the P-Patch Community Garden Interest List.

(Please submit only two garden requests)

First Name:


 Last Name:








(Include Area Code)

Enter the Name(s) of the top 2 garden locations you prefer in order of priority:


For information on how plots are assigned you should refer to the P-Patch Plot Assignment Guidelines and How the Interest List Works.

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While you're waiting for a P-Patch community garden plot:
With the huge and growing interest in gardening and urban agriculture, you will have to wait awhile before getting a community garden plot. Some of the following websites may help get you gardening sooner: 

  • Urban Garden Share and Urban Land Army click on Land Link.  These two web sites try to connect those who have spare land with those who want to garden
  • Office of Sustainability & Environment-Food lists activities related to area food system.
  • Urban Farm Hub.  This local websites compiles an amazing amount of urban agriculture related news.
  • Solid Ground- Lettuce Link (an innovative food and gardening program growing and giving since 1988) creates access to fresh, nutritious and organic produce, seeds, and gardening information for families with lower incomes 
    in Seattle.
  • Solid Ground-Seattle Community Farm located in Southeast Seattle they have created a partnership with the community to strengthen food security in this area of Seattle.
  • Seattle Parks & Recreation Good Food Garden Program operating near area parks community centers. The Seattle Parks and Recreation Good Food Garden program provides shared multicultural, intergenerational opportunities for individuals and groups to grow fresh produce, share the bounty and learn from each other. All levels of gardening experience are welcome
  • Rainer Beach Urban Farm and Wetlands
  • Alleycat Acres an urban farm collective- "transforms vacant spaces to create a network of sustainable urban farms that reconnect people to food while helping to increase food security on a community level."
  • City Fruit works neighborhood by neighborhood to help residential tree owners grow healthy fruit, to harvest and use what they can, and to share what they don’t need.
  • Spring into Bed is a grass-roots, city wide, garden building event and fundraiser - building, strengthening and celebrating the City’s flourishing community food systems
  • Garden your planting strip: Seattle Department of Transportation does allow gardening on planting strips with a simple permit. Click here for more information.
  • Beacon Food Forest: Community members on Beacon Hill are working to design, plant and grow an edible urban forest garden that inspires our community to gather together, grow our own food and rehabilitate our local ecosystem. They are looking for Beacon Hill community members, local institutions and city wide volunteers to join together, build and grow a Food Forest. 
  • UW Farm: The Farm is a registered student organization and always welcomes help and community involvement.
  • Clean Greens: is a small nonprofit organization, owned and operated by residents of Seattle's Central District. We are committed to growing and delivering clean and healthy produce for everyone at reasonable prices. They are looking for volunteers to work on the farm and the market. If you or anyone you know are interested in volunteering with us, please e-mail Lottie Cross at

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