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Saturday September 21, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Sunday September 22, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Monday September 23, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Tuesday September 24, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Wednesday September 25, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Thursday September 26, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Friday September 27, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Saturday September 28, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Sunday September 29, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Monday September 30, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Tuesday October 1, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Wednesday October 2, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Thursday October 3, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Friday October 4, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Saturday October 5, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Sunday October 6, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Monday October 7, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Tuesday October 8, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Wednesday October 9, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Thursday October 10, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Friday October 11, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Saturday October 12, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Sunday October 13, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Monday October 14, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Tuesday October 15, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Wednesday October 16, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Thursday October 17, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Friday October 18, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Saturday October 19, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Sunday October 20, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.  
 
Monday October 21, 2019
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Stearns-Davis Community Garden - Garden plots for Stearns-Davis Community Garden
If you are trying to register for a garden plot and you are told there are none left, please register for the waiting list. You will need to follow the process all the way through to the payment page, but the cost will be zero. Every year a few plots open up unexpectedly. Thank you.The Stearns-Davis Community Garden were established at Joshua's Park, 31 Courthouse Road, to maintain the traditional agricultural use and history of the Amherst Village. The Amherst Land Trust organized the design and installation of infrastructure, including a permanent deer-proof fence and automatic irrigation system. The Gardens are now allocated by the Amherst Parks and Recreation Department and will be managed by the Stearns-Davis Community Gardens Committee (SDCGC) and Amherst Parks and Recreation.  Garden plots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with a nominal fee to cover maintenance and utilities. Each gardener is free to select their favorite vegetable varieties and lay out their plot accordingly. Produce may not be sold on-site, but gardeners may elect to share surplus with friends, neighbors, and charities.  Please be sure to create an account in our system before calling to register :)Schedule for 2019:January 2-January 31         Gardeners that had a plot in 2018 and are in good standing are eligible to register for one 10'x20'plot. Registration must be done in person or on the phone with Amherst Parks and Recreation (not available online.) February 1-28Amherst residents only, gardening at Stearns-Davis Community Garden for the first time, may register for a single plot with Amherst Parks and Recreation in person, on the phone or online on this page. At this time, please indicate if you are interested in a second plot. When second plots are available, they will be distributed in the order in which applications were received.