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The goal of this document is to help answer questions that may arise when conducting initial research prior to starting a garden and to aid residents in understanding what kinds of questions will be asked by City Administration when reviewing a Community Garden Application.
The City defines community garden as an outdoor spaces on approved municipal land where residents can grow, maintain and harvest fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers. This can be a “communal” or a “common” garden. A communal garden is a space that is maintained by a group of volunteers who will make the decisions as to where the bounty will be distributed. A common garden is a space where there are plots available for rent for a nominal fee. This space is managed by a community group or neighbourhood association.
To complete the process you and your group will need to submit a document (electronic, hard copy or hand written) containing the following information:
Grande Prairie Garden Club
Alberta Horticultural Association
Alberta Farmers' Market Association
Plant A Row - Grow A Row
The Prairie Garden
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