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Union Square »

Check out which greenmarkets are still open, offering locally grown food and a range of produce.

Bed-Stuy »

The Kosciuszko Garden was awarded $50,000 in grants to upgrade the space.

Sunnyside »

GrowNYC's fresh food markets at Socrates Sculpture Park and on Skillman Ave. have reopened.

Concourse »

Residents who want to spruce up the area face resistance from city agencies.

Long Island City »

LIC Roots Community Garden's new space includes a beehive and a rainwater harvesting system.

Park Slope »

Wednesday marked the kickoff for the Bartel-Pritchard Square greenmarket. P.S. 154's opens on May 19.

Long Island City »

GrowNYC plans to open a youth-run farmstand on 48th Ave., where Down to Earth is also planning a market.

Washington Heights »

The Yum Food Market will offer fresh fruits and vegetables every Wednesday at the Isabella coffee shop.

West Village »

Urban Greenwalk will create a weeklong open-air museum in the West Village in April. 

Upper East Side »

Sixth graders sold fruits and vegetables after school as part of a health class program. 

New York City »

Of the city's 138 farmers markets, a handful remain open all year round.

Forest Hills »

The farmers market, originally slated to end on Nov. 18, is being extended by five weeks.

Union Square »

“New Green City” is a day-long fair Wednesday that highlights eco-friendly practices and services.

Belmont »

It took just eight hours for the volunteers to build the new project at the Bronx apartment complex.

Morris Heights »

A group of Bronx seniors run the Heights Community Farmers Market, in its first season this summer.