Welcome & Interest Letter

The purpose of this short survey is to measure the level of local support for a community garden in Huntersville.
Patch on Main, is a local community garden located at 302 S. Main St. Huntersville, NC 28078. The garden opened in 2015. Over the years, there has been some turn over, and plots have diminished. It is in need of some revitalization. The vision of the Patch on Main community garden is a place where all generations can work and learn together to grow fruit, vegetables and plants. A place to meet new friends, learn new skills and to help create a fantastic space for everyone in our community.

We need your input to help us determine how to move forward! This questionnaire aims to identify the need and want of a community garden and the commitment of the community in utilizing and maintaining a community garden.

The questionnaire is for individuals of all ages, as well as groups and organizations who are located in Huntersville. The more responses we receive the better - so please take a little time to complete the survey and let us know what you think. If you are an organization, please answer on behalf of your user group.

All information will be treated confidentially. The results of the survey will be used in discussions with the land owner(Huntersville Presbyterian Church), Huntersville Parks & Recreation and Garden Manager to help make a decision on the best use of the property available for the Patch on Main Community Garden.

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* 1. A community garden is a piece of land gardened by a group of people in a friendly and social environment. Would you agree that Huntersville would benefit from such a garden?

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* 2. If you agree, would you have interest in any of the following? Please select all that apply

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* 3. If you agree on the want/need/benefit, what participation could you commit to? Please select all that apply

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* 4. If you do not think Huntersville would benefit from a community garden, please leave a suggestion on what you think the community could benefit from in its place.

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* 5. If you would like more information on the community garden, please enter your full name and contact information. A Huntersville Parks & Recreation Staff member will reach out to you.

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