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Green Markets

Type: Other

Location: , Union Square Park

The Council on the Environment of New York City (CENYC) operates open-air green markets (or farmer's markets) at over twenty parks throughout the five boroughs. These green markets serve two significant purposes: the markets provide New Yorkers access to fresh and organic fruits, vegetables, herbs, including a variety of baked and other farm goods, and they support regional farmers by giving them the opportunity to sell their products in the city. This partnership helps make New York City a healthier place to live.

Current Locations: Abe Lebewohl Park, Abingdon Square, Astoria Health Playground, Bowling Green, Central Park, City Hall Park, Corona Plaza, Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, Fort Greene Park, Grand Army Plaza, Inwood Hill Park, Joyce Kilmer Park, Korean War Veterans Plaza, Lou Loadti Playground, McCarren Park, Poe Park, Prospect Park, Richard Tucker Square, Theodore Roosevelt Park, Tompkins Square Park, Travers Park, Union Square Park, and Washington Market Park

Phone: (212) 788-7476

Website: http://www.cenyc.org/greenmarket

Contract Start: 5/1/2004

Contract End: 7/30/2014

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