the B-town Blog
If you want to grow your own in Burien’s Community Garden,
you’d best turn in your Application soon, as the deadline is Friday,
Burien’s Community Garden Program is open to all city residents, and
applying for a garden plot will provide you a space to cultivate and
also the opportunity to garden with other community members.
For consideration please complete and return the application form with your payment.
“Garden applicants must be 18 years or older and a Burien resident,”
reads the application. “All gardeners must provide 8 hours of service
annually to the community garden common areas. Gardeners are allowed one
garden plot/resident household each year (April 1– March 31.)
Applicants can request to be added to the waitlist for an additional
garden plot, availability will be determined by April 13.”
The Community Garden is located at 437 SW 144th Street.
Download the application here (PDF file).
Monday, March 19, 2012
There is a new community garden amongst us! The Friends of Highline Food Bank garden serving the Highline Food Bank and the local community, the Highline Food Bank Garden provides a space that inspires scientific inquiry through the lenses of Health, Agriculture, and Environmental Stewardship with an emphasis on local community values. In addition to serving educational values to the local Highline Big Picture, the Honeybee Garden is partnered with Sustainable Burien to deliver fresh organic fruits and vegetables to the Highline Food Bank.
Anyone interested in working in the food bank garden should contact Steve through their website
Friday, March 2, 2012