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2021

GreenThumb Webinars

  • January 26: Crop Planning 101
    Facilitated by Mara Gittleman (NYC Parks GreenThumb) and Ciara Sidell (Randall's Island Park Alliance Urban Farm)
  • January 28: Make it Rain: Grants for your Green Space
    Facilitated by Di Cui (Citizens Committee for NYC), and Michael Mullaley (Partnerships for Parks)
  • February 4: Event Planning on a Shoestring
    Facilitated by Twywana Bush and Claudia Urdanivia (NYC Parks GreenThumb)
  • February 8: Accessible Garden Design
    Facilitated by Babbie Dunnington (NYC Parks GreenThumb) and Christopher Noel (NYC Parks Accessibility Coordinator)
  • February 17: How to Join a GreenThumb Community Garden
    Moderated by Gregory Anderson (NYC Parks GreenThumb)
    Panelists: Giselle Munoz - Woodycrest Garden - Bronx; Ashley Washington - Harlem Rose Garden - Harlem, Manhattan; Jestine Roper - Jes Good Rewards Children's Garden - Brownsville, Brooklyn

37th Annual GreenThumb GrowTogether Conference
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2020 WEBINAR RECORDINGS

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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

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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!

 

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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.

 

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Open Garden Day NYC
Saturday, August 1, 2020

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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
  • October 2: Bronx Food and Farm Tour 2
    Includes La Finca del Sur, Padre Plaza, Brook Park, and New Roots Community Farm
    Facilitated by Bronx Green-Up of the New York Botanical Garden
  • November 5: Bronx Food and Farm Tour 3
    Includes Taqwa Community Farm, La Isla Youth Garden, Las Casitas Community Garden, and the Woodycrest Community Garden

 

GreenThumb's 41st Annual Harvest Fair
Saturday, September 26, 2020

 

GreenThumb Video Series

  • Carpentry Tools 101
    Facilitated by Gregory Anderson (GreenThumb)
    Episodes include Safety, Measuring, Cutting, Fastening with a Power Drill and Screws, Fastening with a Hammer and Nails, Fastening with a Staple Gun, and Finishing
  • Pickle Party: Bring the Deli to your Kitchen
    Facilitated by Mara Gittleman (GreenThumb)
    Episodes include Jewish Deli Half-Sour Dill Pickles, Lacto-Fermented Veggie Pickles, Fermented Hot Sauce, and Sauerkraut
  • Propagating Crops in a Hoop House - YouTube video series by NYC Parks GreenThumb, featuring Dan Moon of Citywide Nursery, NYC Parks, in the Bronx. This series covers everything from choosing a tray or flat, potting soil selection, planting seeds, watering, pricking out and potting up, hardening off, and more.

 

 

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

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