A Workshop for the Community

At Chenchita's Community Garden, we will install a rain harvest roof, allowing us to collect water and host FREE workshops for the community.

NEEDS: $0 of 780 + Volunteers

Building Community at the UM Campus Farm

The UM Campus Farm will enhance community and education opportunities, fostering sustainable food citizenship through experiential learning that grows not only food, but leadership, conversations, and collaboration.

NEEDS: $0 of 2,823 + Volunteers

St. Nicholas Miracle Garden

We are building a compost center and a vertical garden using recycled bottles and a wood frame and cable system. This will allow many gardeners to grow herbs, greens and flowers, and to beautify the neighborhood. 

NEEDS: $0 of 1,681 + Volunteers

Sustainable Flatbush Healing Herb Garden

Our culinary and medicinal herb garden will serve as an outdoor classroom to demonstrate the benefits of herbs as both food and medicine.

NEEDS: $0 of 2,802 + Volunteers

2012 Brooklyn Food Conference

On Saturday, May 12, 2012, the Brooklyn Food Coalition, will share ideas and work together for the kind of food system change we need now. PLEASE DONATE TODAY!! 

NEEDS: $0 of 7,992 + Volunteers

NEW Farm + FREE food in Brooklyn!

We want to convert a vacant lot into an urban farm that produces free veggies and eggs and provides free services to the community.

NEEDS: $0 of 178 + Volunteers

Bushwick Library Community Garden

The Bushwick Public Library Children's Garden Project will protect green space, encourage gardening, and foster good stewardship practices.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,150 + Volunteers

Going Green in Queens 2012

Going Green in Queens is an annual networking, educational and greening conference, free and open to the public. Coming March 24, 2012!

NEEDS: $0 of 2,038 + Volunteers

Hike the Heights 2011

CLIMB hosts Hike the Heights in Northern Manhattan for hiking on the "Giraffe Path" and a community party with arts, games, healthy food, and active fun!

NEEDS: $0 of 1,502 + Volunteers

Island Compost

Island Compost is a public school recycling system created to reduce organic waste while increasing soil fertility on Governors Island.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,230 + Volunteers