Where is the Garden? The Kitts Creek Community Garden is located at 1004 Circadian Court, between Hemby Ridge Lane and Somers Drive. The garden is surrounded by a white fence and has a sign near the gate.
Directions and Map: From the Kitts Creek pool, continue on Kit Creek Road towards Davis Drive. Turn right on Glade Valley Lane, then left on Hemby Ridge Lane, and right on Circadian Court. The garden will be on your left side.
Our mission: To strengthen our community, improve our neighborhood and the environment, and support the health and well-being of neighbors through a sustainable community garden.
How is the garden organized?
We are a cooperative garden. This means neighbors work together on the entire area and manage it as a single large garden, distributing the harvest equitably among garden members. This allows for all levels of experience. Neighbors can be involved as much or as little as they want to be. To join the Community Garden, please fill out our application.
Hours, Work Days, and Activities
The garden is open for gardening activities during daylight hours. During the peak season, we will be gardening most Saturdays. Time is adjusted based on the months, spring in the afternoon and summer workdays in the early morning.
We have a number of events throughout the year including Spring and Fall Planting Days, Summer Open House, Fall Festival and Compost Party. Events are posted on the KC Calendar. The Garden Committee has a monthly planning meeting, and gardeners are welcome to attend to provide input on future activities. See the KC Calendar for dates.
How do I join the garden? What is expected?
With at least 25 families in the Garden Club, we estimate that the time required working in the garden is 25 min per family per month. There is a fee of $25 per family for the season, due with your registration form. To join the garden, complete the registration form with a check made out to the KC HOA, and put Garden Club in the memo line. Drop your form at the Clubhouse in Carlie Corbett’s office.
Who is the contact for the garden? Patty Matwijec – email email@example.com
How do we define success?
Neighbors are still successfully gardening in the year 2025 and beyond.
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We look forward to hearing from you!