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Ashish Mahajan and Beth Hart

Ashish and Beth

Plot number: 16

Where from: Drums

Number of years at the community garden: 2

Like to grow: Garlic, herbs, tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, carrots, flowers, raspberries

Best thing about being a community gardener: We live in a development with common landscaping and no room for gardening. Similarly, our last place was an apartment in Madison, Wisconsin. We really enjoyed our plot in the university's organic community garden, which started in 1962. There were gardeners from all over the world. It was a great place to trade seeds and techniques. Looking forward to many years of gardening at the Butler Township Community Garden!

David & Mellisa Motyl

Plot number: 34

Where from: Drums

Number of years at the community garden: 5

Like to grow: Tomatoes, squash, pickles & peppers

Best thing about being a community gardener: Lots of people to learn from and a sense of doing something good for your family and the environment.

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Garden Rental Instructions

tomatoes Sign
Storage shed Swiss chard

Follow these simple steps:

1. Click on the Map of the Garden to view the plot numbers and their locations.

2. Click on the Plot Size Chart to view the sq. footage of each plot.

3. Download and print the Plot Rental and Rules Agreement Form. Returning gardeners must have their forms returned with payment by March 15, 2018. New plot rental applications will be accepted starting March 16, 2018.

4. Send your signed Plot Rental and Rules Agreement Form along with your check payable to the CLDS to: Center for Landscape Design & Stewardship, c/o Jo Robbins, 223 Shingle Mill Dr., Drums PA, 18222.

**If you prefer to pay by credit card, click on the Pay Pal button below and make note of your name and plot # request in the special instructions. Please note that you will still need to mail in your signed rules agreement and application form.


Contact Jo Robbinsat 570-578-4773 or