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Spring Is Soon. Time to Garden!

Nyack Community Garden in SnowSpring must be right around the corner, because its time to mail in your 2018 application for the Nyack Community Garden. Get it in the mail by Feb 23, 2018 so you can get your hoe down this spring.
Each year local residents tend 52 plots in the cooperative garden on South Franklin Street and Depew Avenue. Tools, soil and water are provided by Nyack Community Gardens and plot-keepers supply their own plants and seeds. The land is courtesy of the Robert Martin Company. Its membership is open to residents of the Nyack School District who are 18 years or older.
Organizers estimate that a full plot (8’ x 20’) can generate enough herbs and vegetables for a family of four from April to November with some produce leftover to share. As a cooperative, plot-keepers are also expected to sign up for communal work. A full plot is 180 square feet, and costs $35 for a season. Newcomers get plots which are half that size, and cost $25. Newcomers should expect to receive either a half plot or a spot on the waiting list. The number of plots are limited so apply early.
The site, located on Franklin Street between Depew and Hudson Aves, was once the terminus of the railroad that connected Nyack to New York City via Hoboken. The property has been tilled as a community garden since 1976.
To receive an applications send an email to Snails aren’t welcome, but snail mail is still ok: sign-seal-and-deliver your application to PO Box 864 Nyack NY 10960. For further information contact Jack Dunnigan at Pickwick at (845) 358-9126.
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