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Toolkit for Gardeners

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P-Patches community gardens have a long tradition of growing healthy, organic food to share with others.
Everything you need to know to start gardening in your new P-Patch Garden plot.
Links and resources for running your P-Patch Community Garden.
Links and resources for gardening your P-Patch plot.
Develop unused space in your neighborhood to grow community, provide recreation, and harvest a a bumper crop of benefits including increased public open space, reduced stress, home-grown fruits, vegetables, and flowers.
P-Patch community gardens actively offer opportunities for youth to discover food, nature, gardening, and community building. They can be used as tools to promote safe gardening practices, healthy lifestyle choices, connection to the natural world, and community building tools to future generations. Our gardens offer a great opportunity to incorporate youth into the fabric of the community and foster their growth as active and involved citizens.
Watch the following groups for opportunities while you wait for a P-Patch garden plot.

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Sarah Morningstar, Acting Director
Address: 600 4th Avenue, 4th Floor, Seattle, WA , 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 94649, Seattle, WA, 98124-4649
Phone: (206) 684-0464
Fax: (206) 233-5142
seattleneighborhoods@seattle.gov

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