Amanda Musilli, firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Garden Director assures that the activities of the Community Garden follow the program guidelines set by the City of Alpharetta’s Recreation, Parks & Cultural Services Department. They provide final approval of meeting agendas, events, fees and budget items. The Garden Director manages administrative tasks for the garden including waiting lists, induction of new members, dismissals, emails, and any other tasks of an administrative nature that is necessary.
Emily Dillard, email@example.com
Your Garden Coordinator will work alongside with the Garden Manger in completing all administrative tasks. They will also work with the Volunteer Garden Supervisor in arranging work days, special garden events, and help manage any garden issues that may come up. Please reach out to your Garden Coordinator with any extra or unwanted food from your garden plot. The City of Alpharetta has partnered with the North Fulton Community Charities and will have regularly scheduled pick-up dates for extra or unwanted food at The Farm.
The Parks team maintains the grounds of the community garden outside of the individual plots, inspects tree health and coordinates their care, and provides support and assistance for other repairs and projects. The Parks team also maintains oversight for the water supply to the community garden, as well as to other structures within the parks.
Volunteer Garden Supervisor:
Your Volunteer Garden Supervisor is a volunteer position whose role is to provide support for gardeners and to serve as a liaison between the gardeners and the City of Alpharetta’s Community Recreational Agriculture Program staff. They will help host garden orientation for new members, assist with work days, reminders, events and communication. The Volunteer Garden Supervisor will be a great resource for questions and concerns and will try to provide information or coordinate help.
The Volunteer Garden Supervisor is an unpaid volunteer position with a one-year term as the Lead Supervisor, and one-year as the Past Garden Supervisor. During the term, the Lead Garden Supervisor and Past Garden Supervisor will receive an annual 6’10” x 3’5” garden plot. If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer Garden Supervisor please reach out to your Garden Coordinator, Emily Dillard at firstname.lastname@example.org.