Category: NYCCGC Events

People’s Climate March Buses with Food & Farm Justice HUB

The Food & Farm Justice Hub believes that good food fuels powerful communities. And we also believe that good food fuels great revolution. Join us on Saturday, April 29th as we march to: Advance solutions to the climate crisis [that…

Questionnaire for the Candidates

With input from community gardeners and allies, NYCCGC has compiled a questionnaire for the mayoral candidates to get their positions on community gardens on record. Download a copy of the questionnaire here.

NYCCGC Unconference June 1-3, 2012 Event Map & Schedule

Occupy the Land UNCONFERENCE is here! On the weekend of June 1 to 3, New York City Community Garden Coalition will be collaborating with community gardens city-wide, community-based organizations, WhyHunger, and several Occupy Wall Street working groups to hold what is known as…

Join With Us: NYC Community Gardeners Occupy Wall Street SUN.16.OCT

Sunday, October 16 is World Food Day – and New York City Community Garden Coalition thinks that the best way for community gardeners to observe World Food Day is to Occupy Wall Street! Meet up with NYCCGC at 3:00pm at Chatham Square…

“Youth in Gardens: Growing Peas & Justice” May 14th @ The New School

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! Click here to make your reservation. This is a FREE event. On Saturday, May 14th, New York City Community Garden Coalition (NYCCGC) will present its 2011 Community Gardeners Forum. This year’s event will be youth-driven, focusing on the…

Images from “Rally to SAVE GreenThumb!” Photos: Magali Regis/NYCCGC

Summer Leadership Retreat Scholarships Announced

Eighteen Scholarships Available! New York City Community Garden Coalition would like to share a very special opportunity with 18 lucky community gardening enthusiasts! This July, the amazing Center for Whole Communities at Knoll Farm, in collaboration with NYCCGC, will be hosting andfacilitating…

People, Plants, and Politics in The City – SAT.12.MAR

Join us at Making Brooklyn Bloom – the unofficial (and free!) start of the gardening season – on Saturday, March 12 at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. NYCCGC’s President and Vice-President, Karen Washington and Eric Thomann will present an overview of the…