Sign this letter by New Yorkers 4 Parks to advocate for increased funding for GreenThumb & NYC community gardens!

And come with us to the NY4P rally at City Hall this Wednesday, 5/25, at 10am. Raise up the voices of community gardeners loud and clear!



May General Meetings

by NYCCGC on May 18, 2016

We will have TWO general meetings tomorrow! Please join us for our May general meeting at either location:

WHEN: Thursday, 5/19, 6:30pm-8:30pm
WHERE: 462 Halsey St., Brooklyn (map)

WHEN: Thursday, 5/19, 6pm-8pm
WHERE: Harlem Flop House at 242 W 123rd St. (map)

Join us for updates on the status of various garden groups working towards preservation! Come with updates about your own garden to share. Hope to see you there!




April General Meetings


Dear Gardeners, Please join us this Thursday for our general meeting, which will be held in two locations – come to whichever is closest to you! Thursday, April 21, 6:30pm-8:30pm Brooklyn Green Valley Community Garden93 New Lots Ave (map) Harlem Brotherhood Sister Sol 512 W 143rd St (map) Agenda coming soon.

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Request for Proposals, deadline 4/22/16


The New York City Community Garden Coalition (NYCCGC) is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) to identify New York State licensed professional landscape architecture/engineering design, and planning firms best qualified to provide the services necessary for a feasibility study and develop a Master Plan for stormwater capture best practices within the community gardens of the […]

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2016 Board Elections & March General Meeting


Join us for our March general meeting and board elections! A list of candidates and bios are below. Thursday, March 17, 6:30pm-8:30pm Neighborhood Preservation Center 232 E. 11th St., Manhattan In addition to elections, this meeting will cover our usual general meeting topics: updates in community garden preservation cases, any announcements from your garden, etc. […]

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Join our Board of Directors


2016 ELECTIONS: March General Meeting March 17, 6:30pm-8:30pm 232 E. 11th St., Manhattan Join our board! Help us find the right leaders for growing the movement. NYCCGC’s all volunteer board meets monthly, facilitates monthly general meetings, organizes events, protests, and rallies, and works towards protecting and preserving community gardens across the city. We are especially […]

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Project Manager for Gardens Rising


Position Available:  Project Manager, Gardens Rising Program Background Since 1996, the New York City Community Garden Coalition (NYCCGC) has promoted the preservation, creation, and empowerment of community gardens through education, advocacy, and grassroots organizing.  NYCCGC is the only organization in New York City by and for community gardeners, who often live in low-income communities of […]

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February General Meetings


Thursday, February 18 Thursday’s general meeting will take place in two locations – join us at whichever is most convenient for you! These meetings will continue efforts to organize community gardens still threatened by the development of HPD land. We will also discuss the upcoming board elections, citywide updates on community garden cases, and the […]

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January General Meeting: 1/21, 6:30pm


A lot has happened in the last month! 9 community gardens are threatened with demolition, while 34 are moving to Parks. Come hear what the community gardens on HPD land have been doing to organize and about efforts to forge solidarity across movements against gentrification and displacement. There will also be space, as always, for […]

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Community Board 11 Meeting tonight –Tuesday, Jan 19, 6.30 pm


We’re on the agenda to speak out on saving community gardens from development tonight at the CB 11 meeting. Please show your support for preventing destruction of our community gardens by standing up with us at the Community Board 11 Meeting  tonight –Tuesday, Jan 19, 6.30 pm at the Henry J. Carter Specialty Hospital, 1752 Park Ave btw 121 & 122 Streets.

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