Kent Land Trust sponsors Kent's Community Garden, located in the field east of Kent Center School, behind Kent Greenhouse & Gardens.
Plots, approximately 4 feet X 10 feet, are $30 each, additional plots can be added for $15 each. The garden is managed using sustainable practices and is pesticide-and herbicide- free. Water and a storage shed are centrally located and available to all gardeners. In fact, last year's improvement is that our water line is now buried, to prevent the service interruptions we've suffered in the past. Our friends at the Kent Greenhouse who supply our water expect to turn it on mid-April, weather permitting. It is turned off in mid-autumn.
Our gardeners include individuals, neighbors or friends sharing plots, communally-tended plots for the benefit of the Kent Food Bank, scouts, church organizations and schoolchildren. We also have a multi-level raised bed to make gardening accessible to those who are unable to garden at ground-level. Should you be interested, please let us know.
We make every effort to return continuing members to their previously occupied plots, if they wish. Returning members should contact us so that we can do our best to accommodate all special requests.
Below is a link to the registration form and guidelines for use of the garden. Information for the coming season will be updated in mid-March.
Don't have the time or need for your own individual plot? Your volunteer help and participation is welcome! We always need volunteers for maintenance, such as mowing; or you may garden a plot to donate to the Kent Food Bank. To get involved, please contact Gwynne Seufert at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 488-9185.