Our garden info session today!

Hello everyone!
Thank you to everyone who came out today to our info session! For those who didn’t make it, here are all the documents you need.
FOR THOSE WHO COULDN’T MAKE IT: the Plot Info document below is a basic overview of our  garden options. Please read it over and decide which program you would like to participate in. If you have any questions, please email us at jhucommgarden@gmail.com.
APPLICATIONS:  Here are the applications for those ready to make a commitment. The first one is for Hopkins affiliates- any Hopkins students, staff, faculty and student groups. The second one is for community organizations who are not affiliated with Johns Hopkins. If you have any questions about your situation or what you should do, do not hesitate to email.
FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO SIGN UP FOR PARTNER PLOT:  For Johns Hopkins groups, here are some community profiles that will list local community organizations available for outreach efforts. (Please remember that we define ‘groups’ loosely- as long as each plot has 3+ people and the garden will be taken care of during the summer, that’s acceptable) These community profiles were created by The Greater Homewood Community Corporation. 
For non-Johns Hopkins groups, please email us with a JH organization or group you would like to pair up with, or email us if you need help finding one. 
GARDEN RULES: Here is a draft of the rules all gardeners must follow. We are currently finalizing it with the university’s legal experts.
Thank you all for you enthusiasm for the garden!
-Anna Belous
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