“Changing the Way We Eat” will
take place in New York City on Saturday, March
The goal of “Changing the Way We
Eat” is to create new synergies, connections and
collaborations across disciplines, to unite
different areas of the food movement. New York
Learn more here...
Bronx Green-Up, the community gardening
outreach program of The New York
Botanical Garden, has ongoing advice,
assistance and training to
those interested in improving urban
neighborhoods through greening
projects. Some of these include:
Grow More Vegetables Certificate Series
The is an edible gardening course designed to
equip community gardeners, teachers, and city
residents with organic techniques for growing
vegetables safely and effectively, particularly
in an urban setting. For more information,
call Sara Katz at 718.817.8026 or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org . Bronx series will be held
on six Wednesdays, February 27–April 3,
The New York Botanical
Garden, Watson Building -
Deadline to apply is Monday, January 28 ,
More information here...
Workshop and Information Table: Bronx Parks
Speak Up. Join Bronx Green-Up for a
gardening workshop and then visit our table
for free tip sheets, pamphlets, and workshop
schedules designed to help gardeners increase
their horticultural expertise. Saturday,
February 23, 2014. Bronx Parks Speak Up
event is from 11:30 a.m.–5 p.m.; specific
workshop time to be determined. At the Lehman
College, Faculty Dining Room, 250 Bedford
Park Boulevard West. For more information,
Workshop and Information Table: GreenThumb
Conference on Saturday, March 23, 2014.
Join Bronx Green-Up for a gardening workshop and
then visit our table for free tip sheets,
pamphlets, and workshop schedules designed to
help gardeners increase their horticultural
expertise. The event is from 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Specific workshop time to be determined.
Hostos Community College, East 149th Street
and Grand Concourse. Bronx, NY. For more
The 92nd Street Y
presents ongoing talks, demos and
tastings with leading cookbook authors, chefs,
food historians and farmers.
See the complete schedule here which begins
in February 2014.