The New York Restoration Project

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Bed-Stuy »

The New York Restoration Project hosts the events as part of its "Arts in the Garden" series.

Bed-Stuy »

The free July series offers solar-cooked meals and artist performances.

East Harlem »

The community garden will expand all the way to Park Avenue.

St. George »

From Memorial Day through Labor Day, you can catch an outdoor movie nearly every night in NYC. 

Jamaica »

Locals are growing tomatoes, eggplants and other vegetables in the newly renovated garden.  

Prospect Heights »

Go to a craft fair, plant a tree, listen to a symphony or visit the Brooklyn Wedding Expo this weekend.

Bed-Stuy »

The New York Restoration Project will offer hundreds of free trees at 18 Brooklyn locations this spring.

Hudson Heights »

The New York coffee shop chain focuses on local ingredients and charitable giving. 

Hudson Heights »

The New Leaf cafe in Fort Tryon Park will serve its last meal on Dec. 28.

Crown Heights »

New Yorkers raising birds in their backyards said they like the organic eggs and fun of having a pet.  

Melrose »

The garden now includes a new modular casita and may get WiFi and solar panels in the future.

Crown Heights »

The Crow Hill Community Association will host a tree giveaway this weekend as part of Million Trees NYC.

Astoria »

The plantings are also designed to enrich the Five Boro Bike Tour, which uses the park as a main stop.

Inwood »

Students built fences around tree pits at IS 52, but dog owners are ignoring them, volunteers said.

Jackson Heights »

The Jackson Heights Beautification Group teamed up with the New York Restoration Project for the event