October Work Party
Sunday, Oct. 16
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Troll’s Knoll P-Patch
A new community garden is located at the Center of the Universe!
In 2015, Fremont welcomed this P-Patch community garden and park space. The Troll’s Knoll P-Patch is situated on the northwest side of the Aurora Avenue Bridge, flanking the west side of the Fremont Troll. Currently, it has 31 garden plots, including three Giving Garden plots for food bank donation.
This garden exists thanks to the 2008 Parks Levy Opportunity Fund and was developed with the support of volunteers, a City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Neighborhood Matching Fund grant, Skanska, and Perkins + Will.
Gardeners are required to contribute eight hours of service to the garden each year. Log your hours here.
How can you get a plot?
Learn about how to sign up and join the interest list for this garden. You are also welcome to volunteer as you wait for a plot.
Where do we donate produce?
Produce from our Giving Garden plots is donated to the following local food banks:
FamilyWorks Food Bank in Wallingford (1501 N. 45th St.).
Ballard Food Bank in Ballard (5130 Leary Ave NW).
Check food bank websites for updated hours.
Any other gardeners are welcome to donate excess veggies and fruit as well.
When you donate, ask them to weigh the produce and email the information to Ashley. We’re required to report how much produce our P-Patch has donated.
When is the next work party?
Check our calendar.
Get involved with this P-Patch by:
- joining the interest list for this P-Patch (very important)
- recording your volunteer hours.
- donating services or materials.
- subscribing to the listserv to stay up-to-date on the garden’s development and volunteer opportunities.
If you have questions about the P-Patch Program or Troll’s Knoll P-Patch in particular, contact Nate Moxley (Nathaniel.Moxley@seattle.gov).
Support efforts to finish developing Troll’s Knoll as a Seattle park on the east side of the Aurora Bridge by getting involved with Friends of the Troll’s Knoll.