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USDA Community and School Garden Questionnaire


Please complete the attached questionnaire (same questions also pasted below) and provide information on what you are doing and what kind of support you need for your garden project.  Please share the questionnaire with others who are involved in garden projects.

Community and School Garden Questionnaire
1.      What has been the greatest success(es) of your community or school garden program?







2.      What has been your greatest challenge(s) in starting, maintaining, or expanding your community or school garden?





3.      What resources and/or funding do you currently have to support your community or school garden?





4.      What assistance would most benefit your community or school garden and your use of the garden as a teaching tool?





5.      Please check any of the following you believe would most support your community and school garden efforts:

______  Hands-on training on the basics to start, maintain, or expand a garden.

______  A community and school garden resource clearinghouse, including:
_____  grants/funds available   _____   grant writing workshops/assistance
_____   best practices          _____   curricula
_____   garden hardware         _____   upcoming events
_____   what else?  __________________________

        ______  Information/lesson plans on how to use the community and school garden to help improve achievement
in line with California’s newly adopted academic standards.     
        
        ______  How to involve parents, build community support, and/or find and keep volunteers.

        ______  Conferences, seminars, recognition events, and other information sharing/networking.

        ______  What else?  ___________________________________________________________

6.      If you had a garden angel, what would be your three wishes?  Feel free to draw from the above list.

                1.      ______________________________________________________________

        2.      ______________________________________________________________

                3.      ______________________________________________________________


Optional:       Name    ________________________________   E-mail  __________________________________

                School & Address  __________________________________________________________________

Please return this form to USDA Food and Nutrition Service, Public Affairs, 550 Kearny Street, Room 400, San Francisco, CA  94108.  Or fax to 415-705-1364   or Email <DIANA_CALLAWAY@fns.usda.gov>Attn: Public Affairs.  Thank you

Garden Survey VV-O99.doc


Lucy K. Bradley
Extension Agent, Urban Horticulture
Maricopa County
The University of Arizona
Cooperative Extension
4341 E Broadway Rd.
Phoenix, AZ  85040-8807

Phone:  (602) 470-8086 ext 323
Fax:  (602) 470-8092
email:  BradleyL@ag.arizona.edu
http://ag.arizona.edu/maricopa/garden/




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