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Twin Ponds Garden Plots Scooped Up By Residents

Thirty-one plots have been claimed; work party for Saturday has been cancelled

Registration for plots in the City's new community garden at Twin Ponds Park began on Thursday, March 15 and filled the same day. Applications for a waiting list are still being accepted.

As part of its adopted Healthy City Strategy,in order to provide residents with a means to grow fresh, healthy food and to strengthen community bonds. The garden design was created from

Residents adopted 31 plots at the March registration event. To be added to a waiting list for plots, complete anapplication and mail to Community Garden Application, Shoreline City Hall PRCS Department, 17500 Midvale Avenue N, Shoreline WA 98133. Do NOT include the $30 application fee; the fee will be collected if a space becomes available and your application is accepted.

A work party at the site originally scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled.

Visit the Community Garden page for more information or contact Parks Project Coordinator Maureen Colaizzi at pks@shorelinewa.gov or (206) 801-2602.

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