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Applications Open for 2023 Gardening Season

Updated: Jan 29, 2023


Hello Gardeners,


February 1st is the start of a new season for the Sisters Community Garden. We hope you will be joining us this year.


Returning gardeners have until March 1st to register for the 2023 season. In order to keep your plot please return a completed 2023 Application, fee payment, and The 2023 Release of Liability by March 1st. Returning Gardeners will receive confirmation of their plot choices as soon as forms/fees have been received.


New gardeners Applications will be accepted during this same period. You will be assigned an available plot on a first come first serve basis. So it is a good idea to register as soon as you can. New Gardeners will receive confirmation of their plots after March 1st.


All Gardeners, please note.

Return your payment, application and the 2023 Release of Liability form by March 1. Your registration for 2023 will not be complete, nor will you be assigned your plot until these are received.


The fees remain the same this year:

Large plots (15-20feet x 4 feet ), $35. Small plots (under 15x 4 feet), $25.

Half Large plot ( 8-10 feet x 4 feet), $20.


The Green House plots will be chosen by lottery on April 15th at our Welcome/Orientation. If you are a lucky winner, the GH fee of $10 will be due by April 30, 2023.


Make your fees and donation checks payable to Sisters Community Garden.


Application forms and checks can be sent to SCG.

PO Box 43

Sisters. OR 97759


Application materials, rules, welcome can be downloaded from our website at sisterscommunitygarden.org/members.



If you have questions, send an email to SistersCommunityGarden@gmail.com. We are looking forward to seeing you in the Garden this year.


Mimi Schaefer, Membership




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