We did some work at Albert’s Garden last Thursday–sanding the fence so that in the future it can be primed and painted. We made good headway on the project and hope to schedule another workday in the future.
We had a great workday last week as we built a new three-bin compost system at Carver Garden in East Harlem. The bin build was sponsored by the NYC Compost Project in Manhattan, hosted at the Lower East Side Ecology Center, with technical assistance from Charlie Bayrer, of Earth Matter.3 bin compost system, Carver Community Garden, community garden composting, community gardens, how to build a 3 bin compost system, LES Ecology Center, Manhattan Land Trust, NYC community gardens, urban gardens
Bronx and Manhattan Land Trusts had several representatives at the “Rally to Save GreenThumb” on Tuesday, April 5th at City Hall. Attending were executive director, Erica Packard; community organizer, Catherine Wint; board member, Edie Kean; and Davidson Avenue gardener, Kim Brown. The rally was in response to cuts to community block grant funding, which funds […]Bronx Land Trust, community gardens, GreenThumb, Manhattan Land Trust, rally