Interested in gardening in the planned Troll’s Knoll P-Patch?  Trolls Knoll Potential P-Patch gardeners are invite to this update and planning meeting:  Tuesday, March 24, 6:30 pm to 7:45, Fremont Public Library, 731 N. 35th St. Troll Knolls Flyer 3-6-2015


  1. Update on Trolls Knoll Park & P-Patch:  The Seattle Parks Department and Harrison Design, the Landscape Architect, are completing construction drawings after which they will hire a contractor. Completion is targeted for fall. Construction of the P-Patch should include paths, garden beds and soil. Elements including the tool shed and compost bins will depend on P-Patch gardeners to design, fund and build.
  1. P-Patch Tool Shed:  In designing and building the tool shed, P-Patch gardeners can make a statement.  P-Patch tool sheds around the City draw inspiration from their neighborhood.   The Architecture firm of Perkins Will is donating design services.  At the meeting we will bring examples of P-Patch tool shed designs, and staff from Perkins Will will solicit ideas. At follow up meetings we bring back a design.  Funding and construction will be up to gardeners and we’ll discussion possibilities.
  1. How P-Patch Plots are Assigned:  New P-Patch Community Garden plots are assigned to people who help build the site.  Since most of Trolls Knoll P-Patch will be installed by a contractor, potential gardener activity may be limited to building the tool, compost bins and other elements desired by gardeners. There will be there will be multiple ways to accrue hours – help write the grant to fund the project, participate in planning meetings, look for in-kind construction help.

Questions: contact Rich Macdonald or Silvia Rinaldi.  Please share this email or post the attached flyer.


Rich Macdonald, & Silvia Rinaldi,  P-Patch Program, Dept of Neighborhoods  206-386-0088