Who We Are
Marymoor Community Garden Association, located in Marymoor Park in Redmond, contains over 200 plots for gardeners to grow their own crops. Our diverse community maintains several Food Bank growing gardens from which we donate fresh, organic produce to Hopelink-Redmond.
Thank You to All!
A giant thank you to our members for all they have done at MCGA this year!
-ran work parties
-wrote our newsletter
-planted crops in the food bank
-harvested food for Hopelink
-weeded our paths
-cleaned up plots
-helped their neighbors
-to the countless others who worked "behind the scenes".
We appreciate you ALL!
Community Service Hours at MCGA
Community service hours at MCGA involves working in our food bank gardens, helping to care for the grounds, and supporting our mission. We depend on our gardener's support in order to manage our grounds and work in our food bank, which improves lives in our community. Contact us today to learn all about volunteering and donating options.
Hold Harmless Clause: By signing up to perform community service work at Marymoor Community Garden, you hereby agree to personally assume all risks for any harm, property loss or damage, personal and/or bodily injury that may occur to you or to others in connection with said community service work. You agree to waive any right of recovery and agree to release, indemnify, and defend King County from all liability whatsoever for injury to persons, property loss or damage, or wrongful death in connection with participation in community service work.
The new growing season for our foodbank starts in late March. Check back for recent photos and work party sign ups.
The best way to contact us is with the MCGA Contact Form
Please use the Volunteer Hours Form to report community hours
To attend Board Meetings please see our meetings agendas here. Meetings are held at 7PM on the 3rd Wednesday of every month except for December. Due to COVID-19 meetings are currently conducted by Zoom only.