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Why: Proceeds of the day benefit the JGP, which builds gardens and mentors low-income/marginalized gardeners, and Spring into Bed, (county-wide garden-build day and celebration set for May 14th!) Also, we feel much joy when we (A) remove lawns and (B) help you and your community get your gardens started.
When: April 9th and 23rd (alternative Earth Day!)
Who: Anyone who want to remove their lawn/sod! Neighbors are preferred! Companies! Volunteers! Please contact if you want to enter your own team into the event.
What: Cascadian Edible Landscapes is one of the many people, organizations, and businesses raising $ to support the JGP/SIB. CEL does this by removing of as many lawns as possible. A team of 2-4 people come to your place and cut and roll sod to help your gardening adventures. Additional fees will apply if you would like us to haul the material later in the week. Also, Volunteers will help increase the proceeds!
Where: Your yard and/or neighborhood. We hope to focus on several neighborhoods. SCALLOPS and other neighborhood groups encouraged to participate.
How Much for (soon to be former) lawn-owners? Initial $100 charge covers sod-cutter, truck use, and team showing up at your place. Then cost for cutting sod is 0.75/square foot with a minimum of 100 sq feet. Additional fees apply if you want us to haul away material later in the week. Remember: this is a fund-raiser.
How: Contact [email protected] ASAP if you want your lawn removed or if you want to help remove sod.
We will be in the neighborhood afternoon.
Thank you for growing local