It was a great day in the garden, kids playing, neighbors chatting under the shade of our mulberry tree and shelter. Oh and did we mention the birthday cake? Ivy, out did herself. Thank you.
CMTCG members at Corbin Hill Road Farm Tour on Saturday ( 8/18) included Anthony, Bisi, Ivy, Gamilah, Yvonne, Steve. Bus and Bokashi Master Carey King, who works for Corbin Hill got us there timely, and safely. Talk with these members for more details. And let Steve know if you are interested in upcoming farm tours.Getting out of your own clamshell is a good way to get to know both, fellow gardeners and other opportunities.
Garden members attend the Pre Primary event at Chocolat.
Our garden is a member of the NYCCommunity Garden Coalition. We will be hosting the NYCCGC Meeting on Thursday July 19th for the monthly meeting from 6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. in the garden.
With this event the garden will host the meeting; provide refreshments, and invite local gardens to send representatives; so the coalition can get feedback from the people it represents to public officials.
The work and support of the Coalition was a big factor in the transfer of our garden from HPD to Parks ; thus further protecting it from predatory development.
Let Steve know firstname.lastname@example.org or email me (Eren) if you want to help out, with set up and/or clean up or if you can put your culinary skills to task!
Tuesday June 19th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm
From their garden to our garden an international green exchange.
They are making their rounds of New York City Gardens and showing off some of their Germanic culinary skills!
essen Sie gut!
sieh Sie im Garten…
(was that right Andrea- lol). Kudos to Michelle who reached out to this group and we can now get an idea of what some other urban gardeners are like across the Atlantic.
Per Schumann and Malte Zacharias’ mobile-kitchen-cart in conjunction with Rob Carter’s Faith in A Seed.
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