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Rice Street ​​Gardens

RSG GROUP LEADERS
Nepali: Kumar, 434-806-3015 & Sita, 612-423-0808
Hmong: Song, 651-331-1498 & Kelly, 763-412-6626
English: Consetta, 612-296-8481 & Abe, 651-489-7905 
Group Leaders  needed, call Sherry, 651-772-3311, or
email ricestreetgardens@gmail.com
VOLUNTEER Work Day,  August 18, 9:30-11:30am
International Potluck Lunch, 11:30am-12pm
Personal plot work not allowed during 9:30-11:30am
GARDEN MONITORS
RSG is hiring people to work in the garden. See contact info above.
Join us in RICE STREET PARADE, July 29, 1pm
RSVP w/Sherry, 651-772-3311 or find us at Wash Tech School

All RSG gardeners must wear WRISTBANDS while in garden

Remember to 
TAKE ALL YOUR TRASH HOME

GARDEN TASKS NEEDED:
Pick up trash on paths & in grass areas
Remove trash from compost & turn
Trim weeds along fences
​Pull burdock near compost
Fill water tanks
Mow grass

RSG plots must be cleaned out by October 20, 2018


RSG Gardeners agree to the following rules:  
   Pay $20 to cultivate one plot (16'X20') per household
   Attend gardener training, meetings & work days
   Volunteer 4 hours per year to help maintain garden property 
   Take personal trash home, trash not allowed in toilet
   Keep path clear of  weeds, rocks, trash, and debris
   Fill water tank after using water & do not waste water
   Use organic products, no pesticides or herbicides
   No smoking, no chewing/spitting, no abusive language, no weapons
   Supervise family & guests at all times
   Respect fellow gardeners, their plots & property
   Tools & mulch are for RSG garden use only
   Cross street at signaled intersection only
   Clean personal plot by October 20, 2018
   Notify RSG if plot is no longer wanted
   Broken rules result in lost plot 
   Not sue Board of Water Commissioners of City of St Paul, Galilee Church, or Rice Street Gardens
         
Check out our garden video below by Ron Peterson:

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