Please contact us if you are interested in becoming part of the community garden and leasing a plot. If there is not a plot available immediately, you will be put on our waiting list. You can still become involved in some of our other projects and are welcome to tend the raspberries.

The garden plots at Raspberry Hill Community Garden are approximately 10 x 20 and 20 x 20 ft. Gardeners can lease a plot for the 2019 growing season. 
We currently have about 20 full and half garden plots in the fenced garden and a community composting area. With donations from the gardeners, we have been providing organic amendments and compost for the soil on a garden-wide basis in order to build a nutrient dense soil composition for the futureThe only fertilizers allowed are those that are allowed in a Certified Organic setting. 

All garden members are asked to be active members of the Franklin Land Trust, (the land owners). You can become a member on your garden registration form. There is a recommended $10 donation for FLT membership. If this creates a hardship, please contact the garden committee,  You may also join directly at the Franklin Land Trust. ( Franklin Land Trust membership ) If you are already a FLT member, or join directly with them, please indicate that on your registration form so we may inform the Franklin Land Trust of 100% garden participation in membership.

How to Register for a garden plot:

Contact us to make sure there is a plot available. 

Garden Plots are priced as follows:

small - 10' x 20' = $15 for the season
large - 20' x 20' = $30 for the season

Please read the Community Garden Guidelines carefully. Be sure to sign the Waiver and Agreement form, indicating that you have read and agree with the garden rules and the waiver statement.  Complete the Registration Form. All forms are available in pdf form for downloading and printing.

Make check payable to the Raspberry Hill Community GardenSend completed forms with your payment to the address on the registration form. Once you are registered, you will be put on the email list. We have monthly garden committee meetings that you may attend. There will be a new gardeners' orientation in the spring.

For more information, go to the Contact Us page. 

Carolyn Hawthorne,
Jan 30, 2019, 10:47 AM
Carolyn Hawthorne,
Jan 30, 2019, 10:45 AM
Carolyn Hawthorne,
Jan 30, 2019, 10:46 AM