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GreenThumb Webinar Video Recordings

To watch past Lunch with GreenThumb, our virtual lunchtime workshop series, and our webinars from Earth Day and World Environment Day, please visit the links below.

LUNCH WITH GREENTHUMB:


EARTH DAY WITH GREENTHUMB

Thank you to everyone who joined our special virtual Earth Day celebration on Wednesday, April 22nd!

EARTH DAY KEYNOTES
To view the livestreamed video of the keynote addresses by artist and performer, Toshi Reagon, and farmer and activist from Soul Fire Farm, Leah Penniman, please visit: @GreenThumbNYC on Facebook

LUNCH WITH GREENTHUMB CONTINUED:

BOTANICAL ART AT HOME
While our botanical drawing workshop has been cancelled due to COVID19, our partners NYC Parks Arts & Culture Fun and The Art Students League's Seeds of the League have offered several crafty tutorials for your at-home enjoyment!

View more online webinars and tutorials through Parks@Home!

 

LUNCH WITH GREENTHUMB CONTINUED

 

UN WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
The week of June 5, GreenThumb hosted a series of events in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme’s World Environment Day.

 

LUNCH WITH GREENTHUMB CONTINUED

BRONX FOOD AND FARM TOURS
This year the Bronx Food and Farm Tours, which annually showcases the community gardens and urban farms in the Bronx, will be a series of videos that will be made available for viewing. Each tour features a healthy cooking demonstration of seasonal produce with B-Blossom Catering and also highlights the farms and gardens that are part of the Bronx Community Farm Hubs. GreenThumb will share these as they become available.
 

  • September 8: Bronx Food and Farm Tour
    Garden of Happiness, Garden of Youth, and La Familia Verde Farmers Market
    Facilitated by Bronx Green-Up of the New York Botanical Garden

 

GreenThumb Webinars Continued

  • September 18: Food for Resilience Panel
    Passcode: Garden2020
    Moderated by Melana Roberts, Chair of Food Secure Canada
    Co-hosted by Toronto Urban Growers, Capital Growth (London), and GreenThumb


If you have any questions or problems with accessing the webinars, please contact: greenthumbinfo@parks.nyc.gov

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