The Carrie McCracken Community Garden strives to be a green and welcoming space. To that end, we recruit volunteer members and offer public access hours and events from April through October annually.
The garden is located on Saint Nicholas Avenue between West 117th and 118th Streets in Harlem, New York City – see map. The garden is on two city lots where apartment buildings once stood, and is registered with Green Thumb of NYC. In 2011, the garden registered with the Parks Department with an agreement through 2015.
During the growing season, you can join us in the garden on weekend afternoons. Gardeners meet the second Saturday of every month at noon, in the garden, weather permitting. See our garden calendar for all our events.
You can get membership information here.
Questions? Leave a comment here or write to us: email@example.com
Want to add to our compost pile? Check the list of what we can accept for composting and drop it off during our open hours.
Site surveys and garden planning here.
See our award here.
We thank Alessandra for designing our logo, a tree of helping hands: