The corner of Gold and York Street in Vinegar Hill has been transformed from an empty lot to a community garden. This is what the lot used to look like:
And this is the beginning of the community garden…
Thanks to Sam Bishop of Trees New York, who brought 6 students from his “Urban Forestry” class at The New School to plant fruit trees for the garden. Also thanks to Grown NYC, Etsy and Community First Services for helping to build the shade structure and shed.
If you would like to be involved in being a member and help build up the garden, consider becoming a member. Membership is easy and requires the following:
- Sign a Vinegar Hill Community Garden member agreement.
- Come to 50% of the meetings.
- Volunteer two hours a month.
- Optional $25 fee.
Private or partial beds are available, first come first serve, to members in good standing.
If you have any questions and/or are interested in creating volunteer time for you, your family, friends or company, please contact email@example.com with any questions or inquiries.
Come be a a part of the transformation of this once empty lot. The November meeting this Wednesday on 11/20 at 7-9 PM at 68 Jay St. #513.