By becoming a member of the Dunedin Community Garden you support a community of like-minded individuals that share your interest in organic gardening.  Your membership fees help us maintain and offset the operation costs of the garden. Please see the various levels of membership below. Here you may download an application or contact us for donations and plot agreements.

Garden Member

This is a great way to get started with the garden.  Anyone with an interest in garden-to-table, organic gardening and community will find membership valuable.
Benefits include:
  • Quarterly newsletter
  • Coupons
  • Advance notice on limited seating events
  • U-pick trips
  • Posting of your business/service on our website
  • Garden Gatherings

$25 annual fee

Download your membership application here.
DCGA Garden Member Renewal Application 11-01-14.

Plot Member

Get your own garden plot and enjoy creating and growing organic vegetables and such, as well as growing community. Share your plot with family and friends. We are a disabilitly friendly garden. Let us know if you require a raised-24″ high bed (placard number required). Benefits include:

  • 4’x10′ Garden plot
  • Soil and irrigation (startup)
  • Rain water catchment system
  • Compost system
  • Garden tools
  • on-site storage area
  • Mentorship from fellow gardeners and Garden Manager

$65 one-time fee (you must already be a Garden Member — see above)

Contact the Registrar for an agreement.

Donor Member

Donor membership is recognized for cash or cash-in-kind donations. Cash donations help support organization operating costs and mission. There are three levels of cash donations. Your donation will result in being recognized on DCGA in Donor Board, located at the garden. You may also make a donation in honor of someone special; in memory; in celebration or anonymously.
Cash donor levels:
Watermelon – $1000
Zucchini – $500
Sweet Pea – $250
Cash in kind – Annual materials, equipment or labor of $250 or more

Contact Dunedin Community Garden regarding donations here.

Friends List

An excellent way to stay in touch with the community without being member. Join the Friends List for:
  • Monthly notices of free workshops
  • Alerts to periodic fundraisers
  • Invites to volunteer opportunities
Get added to our Friends List