Garnier USA And TerraCycle Joins The Club And Installs Garden in Harlem

As part of L’Oréal USA’s annual Volunteer Day, Garnier USA sponsored an opportunity with TerraCycle and GrowNYC where employees worked to install a community garden at the El Gallo Social Club in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

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Nice, New Harlem Post-Rikers Re-Entry Education Center Opens (Photographs)

GOSO staff members and clients were joined by community leaders, partner organizations, and education stakeholders for the grand opening of the GOSO Education Center at 1400 Fifth Avenue, Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

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Brewer Announces Return Of Fresh Food For Seniors For 2017 From Harlem To Houston

Today, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer announced the relaunch of her Fresh Food for Seniors program for 2017, which will operate through November, 2017. Continue Reading →

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GrowNYC Launches Compost On-the-Go Commuter Food Scrap Collections Uptown

GrowNYC announces Compost On-the-Go at 18 new food scrap collections, conveniently located near mass transit in Northern Manhattan and and the Bronx in partnership with the NYC Department of Sanitation.  Continue Reading →

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GrowNYC Sugar Hill Greenmarket Coming To Harlem

This brand new Saturday market offers residents of Harlem a weekend shopping destination for fresh fruits and vegetables, bread and baked goods, honey and other farm-fresh products. Continue Reading →

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NYCHA Environmental Ambassadors Teach NYCHA Residents To Recycle

0516_nychaAs the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) rolls out recycling for more than 400,000 residents from Harlem to Hollis, GrowNYC is gearing up to train NYCHA residents to become Environmental Ambassadors who  encourage their neighbors to participate in the NYCHA Recycles! program.  Continue Reading →

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Calling All Harlem Artists: GrowNYC Contest

10dca03d-32e0-48d3-bf18-32dedd0b6da5Here’s a great opp sent to us by the folks at Grow NYC:

Grow NYC is looking for artists from Harlem to Hollis to channel their inner environmentalist and create a two-dimensional work of art inspired by GrowNYC’s work in NYC: think Greenmarkets, gardens, recycling, compost, habitat, ecosystems and more.  Continue Reading →

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