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PBS filming at Interbay P-Patch today

SEATTLE — At 1 p.m. today, a new PBS garden series called “Growing A Greener World” will be filming at Interbay P-Patch Community Garden, 2452 15th Avenue W, a P-Patch managed by Seattle Department of Neighborhoods.  They will be interviewing two key volunteers about the history of Interbay, its development,… [ Keep reading ]

P-Patch posts new gardener sign-up information

If the arrival of spring has got you itching to get gardening, click here for new information on the P-Patch wait list, and other possible gardening options.

Picardo P-Patch celebrates Seattle’s first composting toilet

Join us Saturday April, 3, when the Department of Neighborhoods will host a public celebratory opening of the newest Picardo feature, located at the intersection of 25th Ave NE and NE 82nd.  The 1 p.m. ribbon cutting will be followed by garden tours.  Click here for more information on the… [ Keep reading ]

Hazel Heights P-Patch Grand Opening Ceremony

The Hazel Heights P-Patch Community Garden celebrated its Grand Opening Ceremony on Sunday, March 21, 2010. The event was a success, with over 100 people in attendance, delicious food, live music, sing-alongs, and the official ribbon-cutting. The celebration was emcee’d by Tory Gildred, Becky Sukovaty and Michael McNutt, neighborhood residents… [ Keep reading ]

Interbay food bank garden season kick-off March 30

The Interbay P-Patch, at 2451 15th Ave W, invites the community to join them on March 30 at 5:30 p.m. for the opening of the Interbay food bank garden.  There will be a traditional first kale harvest, perhaps some planting, definitely some soup, some stories, lots of laughter and camaraderie, and who… [ Keep reading ]

Year of the Urban Ag launches website

P-Patch Community Gardening Program offers community members the chance to learn about and grow food. In support of the Urban Agriculture campaign, the City has launched an interactive web portal including a calendar highlighting local events related to urban agriculture as well as information and resources. In 2010, the City,… [ Keep reading ]

Call for Landscape Architects / Garden Designers: P-Patch Community Garden Development Design Services Roster

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods P-Patch Community Gardening Program is building a Roster of Landscape Architects/Garden Designers with a focus on providing garden design services for new and expanded P-Patch Community Gardens in neighborhoods throughout Seattle.  These P-Patch community garden projects are funded by the 2008 Parks and Green Spaces… [ Keep reading ]

Request for Qualifications Multi/Bi-Lingual P-Patch Community Garden Outreach Consultant

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods P-Patch Community Gardening Program is seeking a Multi/Bi-Lingual Outreach consultant to inform and engage a diversity of neighbors in new P-Patch Community Gardens. The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods P-Patch Community Gardening Program is developing new and expanded P-Patch Community Gardens across Seattle with funding from… [ Keep reading ]

2010 P-patch fact sheet

The P-patch program continues to grow in popularity and gardens, with a dozen sites currently in planning, design or development.  Click here to see what’s sprouting in 2010.  To visit the P-Patch web site, click here.

Rainier Valley Residents help design new Community Farm

A community design and feedback workshop at Rainier Vista on March 3 will give community members the opportunity to shape the design of a new Community Farm in Rainier Valley.  The farm is being developed by the P-Patch Community Gardening Program with Parks and Green Spaces Levy Funds.  The multi-lingual… [ Keep reading ]