Request Assistance with a School or Community Gardening Project

The Clemson Extension Tri-County Master Gardener volunteers regularly assist school and community gardening projects by providing technical advice and research-based information for neighborhood associations, community groups, non-profits, schools and other civic organizations.  If you are considering starting a school or community garden, we recommend educating yourself and preparing your stakeholders, clients and community members for the work as well as the rewards involved in any gardening project.  Clemson Extension is a great place to start.  Complete the following form to help us understand the scope of your project and make recommendations for your site.

About you

Name:

Mailing Address

Street Address:

City:

Zip:

Phone:

home:

mobile:

Email:


About the school or community

School/Community  name:

School or contact phone:   

What type of garden do you want to create?

What is your goal or purpose for this project?

What is the age group or grade level to be served?

How many students/people are involved in this project?

Describe the area to be used...

dimensions:

available sunlight:

vegetation already on site:

water drainage:

Have you had a soil test analysis on this site?
(a soil test is not required for consideration, but the results would be helpful for landscape planning)
Yes No   [click here for directions on having a soil test analysis]

What are your needs from a Master Gardener?
getting started
knowledge about gardening
resources
I don't know
other:

Who will fund, install and maintain the garden?

 

Please rate your level of gardening experience
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10 - advanced

Please share any additional notes or comments about this project or suggested work site?