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Home Garden – A piece of ground for the cultivation of herbs, fruits, flowers or vegetables, excluding the keeping of livestock, with less than 14 vehicle trips daily with limited heavy vehicle use.
Community Garden – A community garden is a garden used to grow and harvest food crops or ornamental plants (including flowers) with daily vehicle trips of greater than 14 vehicle trips per day and less than 100 vehicle trips per day, with limited use of heavy vehicles. Community gardens may be any size.
Market Garden – A market garden primarily sells and buys produce grown on-site or off-site including fruits, vegetables and other garden derived edibles with daily vehicle trips of 14 vehicle trips or more daily, and is less than 5 acres.
Community Farm - A community farm primarily grows produce, fruits, vegetables and other garden derived edibles primarily for distribution off-site with daily vehicle trips of greater than 14 vehicle trips per day and less than 100 vehicle trips per day, with limited use of heavy vehicles. Community farms may be any size.
Please register your community garden, market garden or community farm here. Provide concise information which details the purpose, scope and operations. This information will assist the Food Policy Advisory Council with metrics for the annual update of the Pasco County Community Food Assessment.
(i.e. Non-profit organization)
See Food Safety and Manager Certification Requirements
Note: Pasco County prohibits operations between sunset and sunrise.
(garden/market garden/community farm)
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Pasco County, Planning and Development Department|
8731 Citizen Drive, Suite 320
New Port Richey, FL 34654 |
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