Licton Springs P-Patch

The Licton Springs P-Patch Community Garden is located on the south end of campus off 92nd St. The North Seattle College Sustainability Committee began an approval process to bring a garden to the neighborhood of Licton Springs.The garden was built in 2013 and 2014 was the patch's inaugural year. P-Patch is the name given to the City of Seattle's community gardeners.

P-Patch community gardeners:

  • Grow community
  • Nurture civic engagement
  • Practice organic gardening techniques
  • Foster an environmental ethic and connect nature to peoples' lives
  • Improve access to local, organic, and culturally appropriate food
  • Transform the appearance and revitalize the spirit of their neighborhoods
  • Preserve heirloom flowers, herbs, and vegetables
  • Cultivate understanding between generations and cultures through gardening and cooking.

There are a limited number of plots available and members of the community, employees and students are invited to apply for a plot. Learn more about the Licton Springs P-Patch.