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Central Harlem »

The owner of two abandoned plots told gardeners to "vacate both lots immediately."

Bushwick »

The 36-year-old garden on the corner of Linden Street and Broadway was razed last week. 

East Harlem »

The garden received a grant to support a composting program that uses local cafes' coffee grounds.

East Harlem »

Parsons School of Design spearheaded the redesign of the East 104th Street community garden.

Bushwick »

Alianza de Damas Unidas claims that someone who was unauthorized sold the property without permission.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Volunteers are raising money to restore Oasis Community Garden's "beach" area for kids.

Bed-Stuy »

GrowNYC's Fresh Food Box program returns to 462 Halsey this June with fresh produce each week.

Crown Heights »

Workers painted over fencing and padlocked the Rogers Avenue green space this week.

Mott Haven »

Residents have been cleaning up the lot at 331 E. 146th St. to host barbecues and other events.

Bushwick »

9 Moffat St. in Bushwick and 375 S. Fifth St. in Williamsburg now belong to the Parks Department.

Bushwick »

The former owner of the Eldert Street Community Garden is asking a judge to void the 2014 property sale.

Bushwick »

Volunteers are hoping to raise money to spruce up the garden despite a recent threat to its survival.

Clinton Hill »

Teens will help build a new community garden at the Clinton Hill Library starting mid-April.

Fort Greene »

A garden in the shape of Brooklyn with plants as diverse as the population is coming to Fort Greene.

Upper West Side »

The deal would keep two of the garden lots in place when a third lot is sold.