By David Pan 

Inside an oasis of tranquility

Mukilteo Community Garden offers recreation and relaxation, while also supporting food banks


Last updated 1/27/2021 at 2:05pm

David Pan

Mukilteo Community Garden Board President Lorie Rhynard and Board Vice President Jeanne Crisp (right) discuss how well the kale is growing in a member's garden bed.

In a world where leisure opportunities are severely limited by the state's COVID-19 restrictions, the Mukilteo Community Garden offers residents a perfect place for a little recreation and relaxation.

The garden, at 44th Avenue West and 76th Street Southwest near the Japanese Gulch south trailhead, is entering its 12th year of encouraging members to get a little closer to Mother Nature. Fifty-one garden beds are available for rent to the community, though the garden currently has a waiting list. Prior renters have priority over newcomers.

If you're lucky enough to secure a bed, the possibil...

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