Waitlist Application

For the Waitlist Application in Spanish, click here.
Para la solicitud en español, haga clic aquí.

This form allows you to apply for a new garden plot, or renew your existing waitlist application. You may select as many gardens as you like from the list below. You will be contacted when any of the gardens you select have a plot available. New plot assignments generally happen from mid-January through mid-April.

Note: If you are a returning gardener and want to renew your existing plot, you will need to complete the plot registration form emailed to you in December, not this waitlist application. Please check your spam folder if you do not see it in your inbox.

Please read our Garden Policies and Organic Standards before filling out this application, and make sure that community gardening is right for you. Our gardens are volunteer-run, and require the participation of everyone for a successful growing season. This includes participating in garden discussions, work days, and volunteer roles.

Most people find that one or two of our garden plots is plenty for their household needs and capacity to grow. However, when available, we do offer larger parcels comprising 3-8 plots, on a temporary basis, in some of our gardens. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please check out our Microfarm Program.

Scholarships covering 50% of plot fee may be available, on the basis of need and available funding. To apply for a scholarship, please visit our Plot Scholarship Application.

If you have any questions, please contact our Community Garden Program Director, Cameron Silva, 801-871-8979, cameron@wasatchgardens.org. Thank you!

There is no cost to submit your garden plot application. Costs listed above will be due when you are offered a plot. To submit your garden application, Please complete the following information and click on the "Contribute" button at the bottom of the page.
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If your application is accepted, you will be required to submit a Group Waiver at the time of registration that includes signatures of all members of your group who will be gardening with you.

Do you have a medical condition that requires use of a wheelchair-accessible plot, or garden bed raised 3 feet above ground? (We will contact you only if an accessible plot becomes available.)

I have read WCG's Garden Policies, which include weeding and harvesting my plot and surrounding pathways, contributing six (6) hours of volunteer work outside of my plot per year, attending a one-time orientation, adherence to WCG Organic Standards, etc. I understand that failure to comply will result in the loss of my gardening privileges.

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