2019 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)


GARDEN MEMBERSHIP is for those who do not wish to be an Active Member that votes on organization matters, but still wish to reserve space to grow in and/or participate in the HEALP program (see description below).

ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP entitles the member to garden membership privileges and be active in the administration of the organization, including the right to vote and to hold office. You will be required to attend at a minimum the annual meeting in September and assist periodically as a volunteer in administration. This membership also covers the cost of the Garden Membership.

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, including maintaining a plot/raised bed to grow your own produce, and/or participating in the HEALP program. All members must adhere to all Garden Rules, Policies and Procedures and commit to helping maintain the common area walkways.   

Every spring/summer the WMCG has space available for growing.  The WMCG garden underwent a radical redevelopment in late 2016 and early 2017 to level the land and add amendments and a watering system that will be more efficient and economical.  The old raised beds were replaced and the new raised beds and connecting pathways are more ADA accessible; and other growing areas were redeveloped as well.  If you would like to commit to working a space at the garden please complete either the form below or download the appropriate form designated above. After 
you become a member and have signed the requisite paperwork and attend the required orientation, and pay the additional requisite fees for your space (raised bed or ground space), you may begin to work in your garden space. You keep everything you grow in your space; you may share your produce with others, however, you cannot sell your produce.  You must be present and oversee any harvesting of your produce. There is also space available for non-profit groups and individuals and/or families with special circumstances. Special consideration is given to Veterans and persons with disabilities.  If you have any questions, please contact Mary Alice Vertz at 602-810-8175, or Blanche O'Malley at 928-358-8484, or email WMCG at wmgardeners@gmail.com.

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 at least two+ 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 text 
Trina Rubert at (801) 649-7481.  

Please complete the from below OR
download the White Mountain Community Garden brochure and application

Mail your payment to: White Mountain Community Garden, P.O. Box 3003, Show Low, AZ, 85902


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