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

Evergreen Rain Garden

A rain garden on unmaintained property to provide benefits of residential surface management techniques, including beautification, native plant propagation, & species diversity.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,374 + Volunteers

Farm to Table and Then Some

NYLP provides job-training experience to Newark high school youth in environmental fields. The "Farm to Table" theme gives students an inside look at our current food system.

 

NEEDS: $0 of 1,680

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

Roots Memphis Farm Academy

Roots Memphis Farm Academy is a farmer incubator program that educates, trains, and launches new sustainable farmers in the region. 

NEEDS: $0 of 2,690

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

The Brooklyn Student Credit Union

We will learn to build a sustainable cooperative business, which will be a student run and owned credit union. It will address economic justice issues like student debt and green community development.

NEEDS: $0 of 3,000

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

Adventures for Kids on the LA River

Transforming public perceptions and working toward a healthy, safe LA River through recreational-educational boating adventures for kids.

NEEDS: $0 of 2,022

Myrtle Village Green

We’re seeking to purchase gardening equipment to transform an unused, vacant piece of city-owned land into a true community amenity where people can come together to garden, compost, and enjoy passive open space.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,000

FREE eggs on the Free Range in Brooklyn!

Bushwick City Farm will raise organic free range chickens in Bushwick Brooklyn in order to provide the community with free organic eggs and chickening knowledge.

NEEDS: $0 of 500

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

It's My Park! Day at Sara D. Roosevelt Park

Join HSC for fun, interactive activities at a day-long event to care for and appreciate Sara D. Roosevelt Park in Manhattan on Sat, May 16.

NEEDS: $0 of 345 + Volunteers

Solar Arbor at 6/15 Green

Solar Electric Energy Project will be expanded and include mini green roof. Hands-on workshops show New Yorkers that solar technology is a practical reality.

NEEDS: $0 of 3,023

Going Green in Queens 2011

Going Green is an annual greening,network and educational conference designed to make us all more environmentally aware.

NEEDS: $0 of 443 + Volunteers

Chelsea Street Tree Signage Exhibit

Raise environmental consciousness using art and creative campaigns through the implementation of street tree signs and tree guards.

NEEDS: $0 of 4,776

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

5th Annual St George Day Festival

The St George Day Festival encourages environmental stewardship through storytelling, spectacle and innovative educational & community-building activities.

NEEDS: $0 of 540

Composting the Five Borough Bike Ride

Composting the Five Borough Bike Tour will reduce waste being trucked out, and create compost for five school gardens.

NEEDS: $0 of 428 + 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

Spring Cleaning & Planting Week

500 Hancock Block Association will beautify its block by cleaning and planting 10 planters and 29 tree pits to encourage neighborliness, safety and beauty.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,096

Urban Meadow Compost Project

Purchase composters to recycle garden waste into compost, reduce waste we throw out from the Meadow, pilot a household waste composting program

NEEDS: $0 of 862

Junior Composter Course

The Junior Composter course is an internship for youth from underserved communities to engage in composting, urban agriculture, and environmental activism.

NEEDS: $0 of 2,262

Bed-Stuy Community Farm Market Greenhouse

Help a Central Brooklyn community garden continue their important outreach by building a year-round greenhouse for the local community farmer's market.

NEEDS: $0 of 2,310

P.S. 107 Sunshine Garden

The Sunshine Garden Environmental Expansion furthers students' gardening engagement to frame studies on important environmental issues.

NEEDS: $0 of 1,150

Urban Workshop

Students to build a 12' x 12' gazebo w/ seating and rainwater-harvesting - benefits the garden, community & educates students.

NEEDS: $0 of 220

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