2021 annual Membership dues remain the same at $40.00 (includes one membership name badge) 
(name badge, with current year's sticker attached, to be worn anytime you are in the garden; 
additional name badges at $10.00 each may be purchased for member's family participants)
(a maximum of two adults with/without minors may be a "Family Membership" with certain restrictions)


ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP is for members who participate in the administration of the organization with the right to vote during the annual election of Board Members.  Active Members are required to attend Board Meetings, the election, and encouraged to serve on a garden committee.  

GARDEN MEMBERSHIP is for members who only wish to reserve an in-ground or a raised bed space and/or participate in the HEALP program (see description below).  
  • New Member and Renewal Member application form below.  
  • Payment online through Venmo.com/wmcg-showlow (see button below).   
  • Download "WMCG Brochure-Application" OR "2021 Member & Space Renewal Form" and mail with check to WMCG P.O. Box 3003, Show Low, AZ 85902
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VOLUNTEER SUPPORT is a non-member person/organization/business that supports the White Mountain Community Garden through monetary donations (or in-kind donations) and/or volunteers time.

Members may participate in the garden in many ways:
  • Maintain an in-ground plot or a raised bed to grow your own produce, 
  • Participate in the HEALP program (explanation below). 
  • All members must adhere to all Garden Rules, Policies and Procedures and commit to helping maintain the common area walkways.   

  • In-ground plots vary in size and a water fee of $0.20/linear foot is charged.  
  • Raised beds have a $20/year water fee and member supplies soil for the bed.  
  • Members are responsible for supplying organic amendments to their beds.  
  • Members are responsible for supplying drip hoses to their beds. 
  • Space available for non-profit groups and individuals and/or families with special circumstances.  Special consideration is given to Veterans and persons with disabilities.   
  • Keep everything you grow in your space, responsible for weeding, and keep area clear of debris.  Clear all plantings at the end of the season.  
  • You cannot sell your produce.  
  • If you have any questions, consult with Rae Gauthier or send an email to:  contact@wmcgarden.org

HEALP: The Healthy Eating and Living Participation program is specifically designed for individuals who do not wish to commit to working an individual space in the garden but still desire to learn more about gardening and provide labor to the community garden. HEALP members can participate in all the community garden activities and are rewarded for their service. On scheduled days and times, HEALP participants share in the work necessary to prepare, plant, water, weed and harvest at the garden. For each hour worked (and logged in) on assigned projects in the WMCG, participants will be entitled to receive a share in the produce harvested. HEALP particpants are required to work, and log in, at least two+ supervised hours per week as a part of their participation requirements. Participants may request the team they want to work on, and must be assigned to at least one team. For questions, please send an email to contact@wmcgarden.org

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