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Organizing for Garden Success: Group Structure (Part 1 of 2)

Virtual/Online Events, Manhattan

Distribution of Face Masks and Rapid Test Kits at Paradise Community Garden NY

Paradise Community Garden, Queens

Welcome the Winter at 6/15 Green

6/15 Green, Brooklyn

CANCELLED: Children's Holiday Toy Giveaway at Frederick Douglass Boulevard Garden

Frederick Douglass Blvd Community Garden, Manhattan

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GreenThumb Winter Program Guide

The  2022-2023 Winter Program Guide  for December, January, and February is here! Find out about GreenThumb workshops, webinars, and special events, like the 39th Annual GreenThumb GrowTogether Conference , happening this winter  here  (also available to download at the link below). Visit our  Events page  for information on these workshops and webinars, as well as ones by our partners and hosted…


Save the Date for the 2023 GreenThumb GrowTogether Conference

Our 39th annual GrowTogether Conference will kick off the 2023 community gardening season on April 1st at CUNY Graduate Center in Manhattan! The theme for the conference is  Learning from the Land: Bounties of Wisdom from Community Gardens . All activities are free and open to the public. 39th Annual GreenThumb GrowTogether Conference Date: Saturday, April 1, 2023 Location: CUNY Graduate Center , 365…


Interested in facilitating a workshop at the 2023 GrowTogether Conference?

We're thrilled to announce that we’ll be back in person again for the 39th Annual GreenThumb GrowTogether Conference on April 1, 2023! We're inviting a wide range of workshop proposals about community gardening, seeds, composting, biodiversity, indigenous plants and cultivation methods, ecology, resilience, food and racial justice, herbalism, group development, community organizing, native plants, climate change,…


2023 GreenThumb Relicensing

The term for the current 2019-2022 license agreement expires on December 31, 2022 . As your garden group’s designated Garden Contacts, it is part of your responsibility to help facilitate the relicensing of the garden in order to remain in good standing and continue receiving support from GreenThumb. Please see the letter from GreenThumb Director Carlos Martinez for additional details. When submitting…


Gardener Resources

Resources for GreenThumb Community Gardeners Educational Resources GreenThumb Growing Food Toolkit -  Includes dozens of readings and resources about growing food in a garden. Topics include crop planning, starting seeds, pest management, building raised beds, and more. GreenThumb Group Development Toolkit - GreenThumb supports community gardeners in organizing their garden groups through educational…

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GreenThumb Links

We offer free in-person and virtual workshops year-round, open to all. Please see links below for more information and to RSVP.  OCTOBER WORKSHOPS & EVENTS October 18, Webinar Building the Garden: Advocating for Discretionary Funding (Part 1 of 2) October 19: Manhattan Growing Mushrooms in the Garden - SOLD OUT October 22: Queens The Soul of Food: For the Love of Grains…


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