Magnuson’s 140-plot p-patch garden is managed through the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods P-Patch program. Individuals are assigned a plot for a fee and volunteer time toward care of the site. In addition to individual p-patch garden plots, there are garden plots dedicated to food bank donations, community groups, the Children’s Garden and Magnuson Community Center Nature Programs.
Work parties are scheduled the second Saturday and fourth Thursday of even month, May through October.
If interested in a garden plot at Magnuson, contact the Department of Neighborhoods P-Patch Office.
Kenya Y. Fredie Seattle P-Patch Program Kenya.Fredie@seattle.gov
Magnuson P-Patch Site Leader: Mark Huston – mark.huston@verizonwireless.
100: Liz Bottman – email@example.com
200: Susan Eggers – firstname.lastname@example.org
300: Karen Eames – email@example.com
400 & ADA Raised Beds: Carole & Jerry Packard – firstname.lastname@example.org
500: John Rohan – email@example.com
Food Bank Coordinator: Chris Budech – firstname.lastname@example.org
Food Bank Driver Coordinator: Judy Foley – email@example.com
Communications: Britton Steel – firstname.lastname@example.org
Record Keeper: Leslye Coe – email@example.com
Native Plant Border Leader: Tom Kelly – firstname.lastname@example.org
Site Leaders Emeritus: Kathy Dugaw & Marty DeLong