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How to Sign Up for Community Garden in Rochester or Rochester Hills

Here's how you can be part of the cities' gardening projects.

Want to be a part of the two-year-old Community Garden in Rochester or the recently approved Community Garden in Rochester Hills? 

Here's how. 

In Rochester

  • Where: Scott Street Park on Woodward in Rochester
  • What's the cost? $30 for residents; $35 for nonresidents
  • When to sign up: Now. Click here for the registration packet.

Read more about the garden: 

In Rochester Hills

Read more about the garden:  

Both gardens are managed by Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve. Visit DinosaurHill.org for more information.

 

Scot Beaton March 19, 2013 at 03:40 PM
Boycott Mayor Bryan K. Barnett garden in Wabash Park. Mayor Bryan K. Barnett did not care about the 50 no garden petitions online or the other 46 no garden petitions the residents gathered from walking the neighborhood. Wabash Park is a very small neighborhood park not on a main road; and this garden permanently robs them of the dry ground area of the park where their children play... read comments at http://rochester.patch.com/articles/community-garden-moves-forward-in-rochester-hills-but-neighbors-are-opposed

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