Getting a Plot

Becoming a Northside Community Garden Member:

Currently there is a waiting list for plots at Northside Garden, and turnover is slow. Priority is given to Berkeley residents. (A Post Office box will not be accepted as proof of Berkeley residency).

To get your name on this wait list, just post a comment with your contact information, below.

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7 thoughts on “Getting a Plot

  1. Hello, I’ve been living in Berkeley for about 8 months now. I’m grateful to have finally found home. (I didn’t really know what that meant until moving here.) Home also translates to digging in the dirt and putting some roots in the ground. I’d love to be able to have a space to grow some herbs and vegetables, even if it was really small and unkempt. Please add my name to the wait list, and if you have a moment, perhaps you might let me know what my chances are of joining this season. Thanks so much.

    Dalia Nazryan
    dnazryan@gmail.com
    516-320-0353

  2. I’m a Berkeley resident and would love to be on the waiting list for a plot! All of the comments on this blog seem to be publicly visible, though, and I don’t feel comfortable posting my contact info here. Is there an email address I could send it to instead?

  3. Hi there,
    I am moving back to Berkeley this summer and would love to be able to have a plot here. I have been working on the Student Farm at UC Davis for the past year and couldn’t imagine my life without some soil under my nails. Could you add me to the wait list and let me know how long it is?

    Best,
    Rosie
    rosielaird@gmail.com

  4. Hello,

    I just moved to Berkeley from San Diego to start grad school and I am very interested in being able to plot here. Could you add me to the waitlist as well as let me know what the wait list is looking like?

    Cheers,
    Garrett
    gdempsey@berkeley.edu

  5. Hello,
    I am a UC Berkeley student and would love to finally have an in-ground garden plot to help grow a larger percentage of my food locally. I’m majoring in genetics and plant biology but have been seriously held back from growing more by my small apartment balcony. Could you please add me to the list?
    Best,
    Zoe

    zoecaron@berkeley.edu

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