GreenThumb

The largest community gardening program in the nation

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Summer Supply Giveaway 2016

Pick-up basic gardening and maintenance supplies for your registered GreenThumb garden. Please make note of the changes to our traditional summer supply giveaway. • You must RSVP  HERE or by calling our main line at (212) 602-5300 by May 31st • Please let us know if another garden group is picking-up on behalf of your group • On-site pick-up only • One pick-up per garden group only •…

 

GreenThumb Urban Gardener Profile

Emy Acevedo joined Halsey Ralph Howard Community Garden in Brooklyn four years ago. As one of the first members of the garden, Emy has always emphasized sharing knowledge, and has been a catalyst for many of the garden’s community-based events. Last year the garden formed a partnership with P.S. 5 and through this partnership, Emy has had the opportunity to share her experiences about growing up on a farm in Puerto Rico with…

 

Partnerships for Parks Capacity Fund Grant

The Partnerships for Parks  Capacity Fund Grant  program, presented by TD Bank, provides small grants of up to $5,000 to strengthen the outreach, membership, and program-planning capacity of community groups who care for their neighborhood community gardens and parks in all five boroughs of New York City. Deadline June 1st Past Capacity Fund grants have covered tools and materials for garden and compost…

 

June is GreenThumb Garden Month

This June, we invite you to join gardeners across the city to celebrate GreenThumb’s first ever ‘Garden Month’. We want to highlight the thousands of green pioneers across our urban gardens while showing all New Yorkers the benefits of a healthy garden by inviting the community to join the celebration, learning and service. Please let us know now about your workdays, film nights, workshops, summer concerts or any fun…

 

Chickens Come to Roost in Brook Park

A chicken coop has arrived in Brook Park and residents like 56-year-old Danny Cruz say they aren’t quite sure what to make of these new, clucking neighbors.... For full article go to: http://motthavenherald.com/2011/10/04/chickens-come-to-roost-in-brook-park-2/