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Dear Pilgrim Terrace Gardeners and Friends!

We just got the official letter from Antonio Velasquez, our Pilgrim Terrace Community Garden Manager!

I’m absolutely delighted we have new plot term dates that more closely follow nature, makes so much more sense than breaking midwinter, during the middle of winter gardening! Please give a big THANK YOU to Antonio for making this change for us!

Now, the application period is from Aug 16 to Sep 17, plot term to be started Oct 1! By many, October is considered to be the prime fall planting month, some prefer it to spring planting!

The fee is now $62/year – renewing gardeners’ fees prorated at $49/year for Santa Barbara residents. Renewal aps need to be in by 5 PM Sep 17.

Things to think about….
If you are giving up your plot, please clean it up for the new incoming gardener. Let us know if you will be giving plants or gear away – many would be grateful for these gifts. If you know someone is having a difficult time, please offer a hand.
If you are renewing, tidy up so we look good to start the way for newcomers! We will be having visitors, asking questions, looking to see what plots they would like to have. One of the criticisms I hear most frequently is we let good food go unharvested, even let to rot on the ground. Please keep up with your harvests as possible. If you need help harvesting, ask one of us, there will be someone to help. One of your plot neighbors is a good choice.
If you are in the lotto section, stay flexible, keep your timeline in mind. At worst you don’t get your same plot back. If there is a lotto. If your name isn’t pulled, you can talk with Antonio and get a plot that is available in another section of the garden. If your name is pulled, but you didn’t get your same plot back, you can ask others if they will trade with you. If you can’t make a trade happen, be ready to move.
If you want a plot, put those dates on your calendar and look forward to fresh organic produce on your table!

Happy Gardener!
Cerena

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