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Are you interested in urban gardening in Otaniemi? Apply for a plot now!

The application period to gardening plots next to Ossinlampi pond runs until 9 March 2021
Urban gardening in Otaniemi, photo Otaniemi Urban Gardening association
Otaniemen kaupunkiviljely-yhdistys ry

Are you interested in urban gardening in Otaniemi, next to Ossinlampi pond? Apply for a plot now!

The plots are from seven to 24 square metres in size and cost about 45–100 euros/year including the association fee of 16 euros. Our members are the students and staff of Aalto University, or anyone active in Otaniemi. You, your groups of friends, or your association can apply for a plot.

The last date to apply is March 9, and you will be informed in the end of March.

To apply, please fill the form - first come first served.

Questions? Contact Otaniemi Urban Gardening association:

[email protected]

Further information also on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OtaniemiUrbanGarden/  

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