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2019 Rice Street Gardens Calendar
February 1 - Returning Gardener Registration  begins 
March 1 - New Gardener Registration begins
April - Mandatory Gardener Orientation
  May - Garden Preparation & Opening
June - Work Day (to be announced)
July - Work Day (o be announced)
August - Work Day (to be announced) 
September - Work Day (to be announced)
October 19 -  Last Work Day, Garden closes  

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Nepali - Kumar, 434-806-3015 & Sita, 612-423-0808
Karen - K Pru,  651-424-5521, Tun Oo, 651-206-1052
Hmong - Song, 651-331-1498 & Kelly, 763-412-6626
English - Consetta, 612-296-8481 & Andie, 651-492-8208
Bilingual Group Leaders needed, contact Garden Council

Sherry Sanders, 651-772-3311
Katheryn Schneider, 651-485-3856 
Dana Nelson, 651-434-9485
Ron Peterson,  612-799-0818

2019 Rice Street Gardeners Agreement  
   Pay $30 to cultivate a 16'X20' plot, one plot per household
   Attend gardener orientation before gardening
   Volunteer 4 hours per season to help maintain property  
   Take all personal trash home, do not discard trash in toilet
   Keep paths clean - clear weeds, rocks, trash, and debris
   Fill water tank after using water and do not waste water 
   Use organic products only, no chemcials, herbicides, pesticides
   No smoking, no chewing/spitting, no abusive language, no weapons
   Gardeners must supervise family & guests at all times while on property
   Gardeners must respect fellow gardeners, their plots & property
   Tools & mulch provided are for RSG gardeners only
   Cross street at signaled intersection only
   Clean up & clear out personal plot by October 19, 2019
   Notify Council if you no longer want a plot, plots cannot be given to others w/o Council permission
   Gardeners & guests cannot sue Board of Water Commissioners of City of St Paul, Galilee Church, or RSG
   Broken rules may result in losing plot

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