Green Spaces


July 2016

Ladies of the Bronx

Rhodebeck Community Garden, 927 Faile St., Longwood (Map)

Extra Edibles: Parts of the Plant You Didn’t Know You Could Eat

Sherman Creek Park, Intersection of 10th Ave., Dyckman St., and Harlem River Drive, Inwood (Map)

Club Fit Yoga

Target East Harlem Community Garden, 415 E 117th St. (between First and Pleasant Avenues), East Harlem (Map)
Harlem Yoga Studio

Club Fit Yoga

Jane Bailey Memorial Garden, 327 Greene Ave., Bedford-Stuyvesant (Map)
Katie Cercone

Club Fit Yoga

Garden of Hope, 392 Hancock St, Bedford-Stuyvesant (Map)

Forest Crew

Highbridge Park, 190th St. and Amsterdam Ave., Washington Heights (Map)
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.