Gardens in the News

Catch up on the latest about community gardens in the news in our media round-up!

Airline Takes Local Food Revolution to the Skies
EcoWatch, 10/19/16

Gardens, Housing and Art Space Headed to Hell’s Kitchen Under $210M Plan

Forest Hills School Favors Hands-On Experience Over Textbooks and Tests
DNAInfo, 10/16/16

MTA Pledges Minimal Impact on Community Garden During M Line Construction
DNAInfo, 10/14/16

Lower East Siders Concerned After Rumors Swirl MTA Could Ruin Community Garden
Patch, 10/13/16

A Food Forest Grows in Brooklyn
TakePart, 10/13/16

New owner could nix nursing home garden
Riverdale Press, 10/13/16

The Importance of Urban Forests: Why Money Really Does Grow on Trees
The Guardian, 10/12/16

Heart found by LES housing project deemed not human; mystery organ might have come from pig
NY Daily News, 10/12/16

Why Farmers Markets Are Critical to Food Security, the Environment and Public Health
Truthdig, 10/12/16

No Rezoning Plan but City Eyes Brownsville for Big Changes
City Limits, 10/11/16

Exclusive: In Elizabeth Street Garden End Around, de Blasio Offers West Side Park
The Villager, 10/6/16

Fate of Council Speakers East Harlem Plan Uncertain
City Limits, 10/6/16

Photos: 64th Street Community Garden hosts annual Harvest Festival
Brooklyn Reporter, 10/6/16

UWS garden land swap near done
NY Press, 10/4/16

CityViews: The Intrinsic Value in Neighborhoods Targeted for Gentrification
City Limits, 10/3/16

East New York Painter Confronts the "Brutal" Force of Gentrification
PBS News Hour, 10/2/16

New Community Garden Pops Up in Place of Historic One Bulldozed in 2000
Patch, 9/26/16

Kingsland Wildflower Festival offers first look at new Greenpoint rooftop garden
Brooklyn Reporter, 9/26/16

King, Baychester residents plant 9-11 daffodils
Bronx Times, 9/23/16