Pelican Farms Community Garden
Located in the Pelican Farms portion of Water Valley and open to all Water Valley residents, the gardens are currently in the process of being organized.
Volunteers are desperately needed to help organize and steer the direction of the garden. If you are interested in volunteering, please let us know.
A community work day is tentatively scheduled on May 5th, at which time plots will be staked and the garden area cleaned and organized.
The smallest plots will be 4′ × 8′, with the option to have a larger plot sizes (space permitting).
- 2018 is the first year for the garden
- The land is owned and water provided by the Poudre Tech Metropolitan District
- Garden members will decide on how best to spend all of the funds collected through the registration fee
- There will be a kids area
- We are planning demonstrations from area gardeners, the CSU Extension service, and the Master Gardener program.
Official contact information
Poudre Tech Metro District
c/o Advance HOA Management, Inc.
1613 Pelican Lakes Point Suite 200
Windsor, CO 80550
Register and reserve a garden plot
Advance HOA is managing registrations.
We are happy to announce our new community garden, located in the Pelican Farms Park area. This year we are accepting applications to participate in the Garden Club. Please complete the attached Garden Plot Application Form if you are interested in renting a garden plot for the 2018 season.
All applications need to be returned by May 1st to guarantee a spot and help determine garden plot size along with a $50.00 non-refundable fee collected for the reservation of each plot. The money will go back into the garden for improvements and maintenance.
Please contact our office with any questions regarding the Community Garden Club.
On behalf of the Poudre Tech Metro District
To be sure you're kept in the loop, feel free to provide us with your email address below. This does NOT reserve a plot in the garden for you. This is just a way for us to be sure you will receive future communications. A formal process for reserving a garden plot is detailed above.
Help us decide the direction of the community garden! Fill out the survey
Your responses will be used in setting initial rules, as well as in designing the garden plots.
For general questions, contact Nick: .