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GrowNYC
Environmental non-profit in NYC. We run the Greenmarket farmers market program, build urban farms and community gardens, and teach the city about recycling.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 8h
.'s 57th Street Greenmarket Opening Day is Saturday, June 1st!
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NYC Sanitation 11h
.'s Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket is more than a farmers market - it’s a destination! Open Saturdays year-round, it’s home to the largest food scrap drop-off site in NYC! Stop by this wknd & learn about composting & other ways you can help reduce landfill waste!
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NYC zerowaste 13h
.’s Wednesday morning Food Scrap Drop-off at Dyckman Street in Inwood is just one of over 150 places to compost in NYC! Set aside food scraps today and bring them to a site near you:
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GrowNYC May 18
Hey residents! Check out our today at the Sonia Sotomayor Community Center in ! Bring and/or take gently used clothes, housewares, & more! All free!
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GrowNYC May 17
Kudos to for offering this valuable online resource to beginning farmers! Lesson 3 features expertise from GrowNYC's FARMroots director on holistic financial planning.💵🚜🥬 You can learn more about our full Beginning Farmer program here:
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GrowNYC May 14
Featuring GrowNYC board member Arline Bronzaft, Professor Emerita of Lehman College, City University of New York and an Expert Witness on noise impacts.
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EICES May 13
New on & starts May 22; includes trip to local food hub. Taught by Chris Wayne of .
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ILSR May 13
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The women of in NYC. Thanks for getting our day started with the first panel and Q&A !
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ILSR May 13
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How often do you see an all women panel at a conference?! No manels here today at . Leaders of the movement in NYC round out our first panel with a Q&A
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GrowNYC May 11
Drop-off or discover reusable goods at the Harlem at PS 180 from 12pm to 3pm.
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Justin Brannan May 11
The Greenmarket is back and that means so is our Saturday "satellite office" in the Walgreens parking lot at 95 & 3. Stop by, pick up some fresh food and say hello to Shelly. He is ready to believe you!
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Ben Kallos May 10
Shred-A-Thon tomorrow at 82nd Street Green Market. From 10am - 2pm. Protect your personal information and destroy your confidential documents at FREE shredding event.
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GrowNYC May 9
East New York Earth Day Celebration The Planet's Health is Your Health Friday, May 10 2-6PM 650 Ashford Street at New Lots Avenue & East New York Restoration
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GrowNYC May 9
Clothing Swap & tomorrow with Assembly Member - bring gently used clothes you no longer need, take some home for ! Check for weather-related updates!
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GrowNYC May 8
Greenmarket shoppers can purchase a starter kit of 1 canvas tote and 4 reusable produce bags at Market Information Tent for just $15! For those bags that scrunch down, DSNY will send you one for free:
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NYC zerowaste May 7
.’s Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket is more than a farmers market - it’s a destination! Open Saturdays year-round, it’s home to the largest food scrap drop-off site in NYC! Stop by this wknd & learn about composting & other ways you can help reduce landfill waste!
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GrowNYC May 6
Join us for the BMS Family Health & Wellness Centers and East New York Restoration LDC Earth Day Celebration on Friday, May 10th 2-6pm at 650 Ashford Street & New Lots Avenue.
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GrowNYC May 4
-Find out how at the Greenmarket. We are here to answer your questions until 1PM
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GrowNYC May 4
- Dont let food scraps go to waste. Request organics collection for your building at
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GrowNYC May 4
Find out about at the Bay Ridge Greenmarket 3rd Ave & 95th Street until 1pm today
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