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Green Spaces

Imagine the city you really want to live in. Verdant, tree-lined streets accompany your walk to work. Weekends include picnics or playtime in a beautiful green space nearby. Your neighborhood is filled with the familiar faces of people you’ve come to know at community gatherings. All New Yorkers – whatever neighborhood they live in – want this city. 

At NYRP, we work to make that vision of New York City a reality. We are the only conservancy for under-resourced communities working city-wide in our own community gardens, public parks, and community spaces like, schools, housing projects, vacant lots, sidewalks and even highways. Use the map to see our green footprint across the city, or locate green spaces in your neighborhood.

Reserve a GardenReserve a Garden

Reserve a Garden

Host your next public event, celebration or program outdoors. Reserve an NYRP community garden for free.

Take Home a Free TreeTake Home a Free Tree

Take Home a Free Tree

We give away thousands of trees to New Yorkers every spring and fall. Find a tree giveaway in your borough, and pick up a free tree to plant in your yard.

Transform Your Green SpaceTransform Your Green Space

Transform Your Green Space

Improve or transform a community space in NYC by applying for our help (grant available seasonally). See community spaces we’ve already helped revitalize on the map.

Join a NYRP GardenJoin a NYRP Garden

Join a NYRP Garden

From growing your own vegetables to assisting with tree watering, composting and overall maintenance, there are many ways you can get involved in community gardens with NYRP.

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Reserve a GardenReserve a Garden

Reserve a Garden

Host your next public event, celebration or program outdoors. Reserve an NYRP community garden for free.

Take Home a Free TreeTake Home a Free Tree

Take Home a Free Tree

We give away thousands of trees to New Yorkers every spring and fall. Find a tree giveaway in your borough, and pick up a free tree to plant in your yard.

Transform Your Green SpaceTransform Your Green Space

Transform Your Green Space

Improve or transform a community space in NYC by applying for our help (grant available seasonally). See community spaces we’ve already helped revitalize on the map.

Join a NYRP GardenJoin a NYRP Garden

Join a NYRP Garden

From growing your own vegetables to assisting with tree watering, composting and overall maintenance, there are many ways you can get involved in community gardens with NYRP.

Calendar

May 2015

Live Music with Rossini Celestin

Location:
392 Hancock St, Bedford-Stuyvesant (Map)
Host:
Hancock Block Association

Tree Giveaway - Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden

Location:
1000 Richmond Terrace; Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY
(Map)
Host:
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden

Compost Crew at Sherman Creek

Location:
SHERMAN CREEK PARK, HARLEM RIVER DRIVE & DYCKMAN STREET AT 10TH AVENUE (Map)

Tree Giveaway - Isabahlia Ladies of Elegance Foundation Inc.

Location:
410 Livonia Ave., Powell St. Garden; Brownsville, Brooklyn, NY
(Map)
Host:
Isabahlia Ladies of Elegance Foundation Inc.

Tree Giveaway - NYC Parks GreenThumb

Location:
10th Street & Queens Plaza South; Long Island City, Queens, NY
(Map)
Host:
NYC Parks GreenThumb

Tree Giveaway - Greenbelt Conservancy

Location:
2 Eaton Pl., Carousel For All Children, Willowbrook Park; Willowbrook, Staten Island, NY
(Map)
Host:
Greenbelt Conservancy

Tree Giveaway - Urban Rebuilding Initiative

Location:
1211 Hoe Ave.; Hunts Point, Bronx, NY
(Map)
Host:
Urban Rebuilding Initiative

Tree Giveaway - Edgemere Farm

Location:
385 Beach 45 St.; Far Rockaway; Queens, NY
(Map)
Host:
Edgemere Farm

Forest Crew at Highbridge Park

Location:
HIGHBRIDGE PARK, 190TH ST. AND AMSTERDAM AVE (Map)

Tree Giveaway - NYC Parks GreenThumb

Location:
306-310 East 118th St.; East Harlem, Manhattan, NY
(Map)
Host:
NYC Parks GreenThumb

Garden Crew at Sherman Creek

Location:
SHERMAN CREEK PARK, HARLEM RIVER DRIVE & DYCKMAN STREET AT 10TH AVENUE (Map)

Tree Giveaway - Eastern Queens Alliance’s Idlewild Park Preservation Committee & Friends of Idlewild

Location:
149th Ave. & Springfield Ln, Idlewild Park Preserve, Jamaica, Queens, NY (Map)
Host:
Eastern Queens Alliance’s Idlewild Park Preservation Committee & Friends of Idlewild Park

Tree Giveaway - Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation

Location:
Jamaica Ave. between Ashford & Warwick St., Children’s Garden, Brooklyn, NY
(Map)
Host:
Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation

Tree Giveaway - Council Member Robert E. Cornegy, Jr. & Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

Location:
1368 Fulton St., Restoration Plaza; Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, NY
(Map)
Host:
Council Member Robert E. Cornegy, Jr. & Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

Tree Giveaway -  BronxWorks

Location:
1130 Grand Concourse., Carolyn McLaughlin Community Center; Concourse, Bronx, NY
(Map)
Host:
BronxWorks

Tree Giveaway - Urban Garden Center

Location:
1640 Park Ave., East Harlem, Manhattan, NY (Map)
Host:
Urban Garden Center

Tree Giveaways - Wildlife Conservation Society - Queens Zoo

Location:
53-51 111th St., Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Corona, Queens, NY (Map)
Host:
Wildlife Conservation Society - Queens Zoo

Tree Giveaway - The Brotherhood/Sister Sol

Location:
512 W. 143rd St., Hamilton Heights, Manhattan, NY (Map)
Host:
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol

City Chicken Institute BK: How to Build an Auto Waterer

Location:
Imani Community Garden, 87 - 91 Schenectady Ave. (Map)
Host:
Just Food

Tree Giveaway - Douglaston Garden Club & BSA Troop 153

Location:
22806 Northern Blvd., Alley Pond Environmental Center, Douglaston, Queens, NY (Map)
Host:
Douglaston Garden Club & BSA Troop 153

Tree Giveaway - The Office of Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer

Location:
4404 Skillman Ave., Queen of Angels, Sunnyside, Queens, NY (Map)
Host:
The Office of Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer

Tree Giveaway - PSMS 219

Location:
144-39 Gravett Rd; Flushing, Queens, NY (Map)
Host:
PSMS 219

Tree Giveaway - Friends of Cunningham Park

Location:
193 St. off Aberdeen, Cunningham Park; Flushing, Queens, NY (Map)
Host:
Friends of Cunningham Park

Tree Giveaway - Four Borough Neighborhood Preservation Alliance

Location:
Queens Blvd. & 70th Ave., MacDonald Park; Forest Hills, Queens, NY (Map)
Host:
Four Borough Neighborhood Preservation Alliance

Tree Giveaway - The Office of Council Member David Greenfield

Location:
4910 14th Ave.; Borough Park, Brooklyn, NY (Map)
Host:
The Office of Council Member David Greenfield

Tree Giveaway - Rockaway Waterfront Alliance

Location:
5803 Rockaway Beach Blvd.; Rockaway Park, Queens, NY (Map)
Host:
Rockaway Waterfront Alliance

Tree Giveaway - HarborLAB

Location:
53-21 Vernon Blvd.; Long Island City, Queens, NY (Map)
Host:
HarborLAB

Help MillionTreesNYC: Join the Tree Count Census

Location:
Willis Avenue Community Garden, 378 Willis Ave. Bronx, NY 10454 (Map)

Workshop: How to Build A Sifter and Use Finished Compost

Location:
Cooper Street Community Garden, 34 Cooper St, Bushwick, Brooklyn (Map)

Share Your Feedback: 103rd St Community Garden

Location:
103rd Street Community Garden, 105 E. 103rd St. NY, New York 10029 (Map)

City Chicken Institute BX: How to Build an Auto Waterer

Location:
Paradise on Earth, 1106 Fox Street, Bronx, New York (Morrisania) (Map)
Host:
Just Food
Reserve a GardenReserve a Garden

Reserve a Garden

Host your next public event, celebration or program outdoors. Reserve an NYRP community garden for free.

Take Home a Free TreeTake Home a Free Tree

Take Home a Free Tree

We give away thousands of trees to New Yorkers every spring and fall. Find a tree giveaway in your borough, and pick up a free tree to plant in your yard.

Transform Your Green SpaceTransform Your Green Space

Transform Your Green Space

Improve or transform a community space in NYC by applying for our help (grant available seasonally). See community spaces we’ve already helped revitalize on the map.

Join a NYRP GardenJoin a NYRP Garden

Join a NYRP Garden

From growing your own vegetables to assisting with tree watering, composting and overall maintenance, there are many ways you can get involved in community gardens with NYRP.