10th Anniversary Harlem Green Tour

Saturday, August 29, 2015

9:00 a.m.5:00 p.m.

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Harlem's community gardeners will invite the public to share in the 10th anniversary tour of Harlem's miraculous, community-centered, grassroots-developed green oases. Starting at 9 a.m. with a sumptuous breakfast at the J.D. Wilson Garden on 122nd Street, and ending at 5 p.m. with a traditional Harlem cookout and celebration at the William A. Harris Garden, 153rd Street and St. Nicholas Avenue, the tour will take in over fifteen of Harlem's amazing green gems.

Attendees are encouraged to bicycle or walk the tour; however a bus will transport folks who cannot walk or use alternative transportation. This year, in addition to the bus transporting tour members, Philipp Rassmann and Ellen Belcher of the Morris-Jumel Community Garden will lead the bicyclists. Eren T Gibson, of the Truce/McCracken Garden will head up folks who wish to hike the tour

Sponsors for the event include GreenThumb, NYC Parks; Harlem Gardens*, The William A. Harris Garden;  NYCCGC (The NYC Community Garden Coalition); Project Harmony, Inc.           

 *Gardens included in the tour are: (bus will not stop at all)  The JD Wilson Garden;  The Chenchita's Garden; The Electric Ladybug Garden; Our Little Green Acres; 5 Star Garden, Carrie McCracken/TRUCE Garden; The New 123rd Street Garden; Clayton Williams Garden; the PCB Wm. B. Harris Garden; Unity Garden-Park Association; The New 127th Street Miracle Garden; Mandela Park Garden; Harlem Rose Garden; The 132nd Street Garden; Margrichante Garden; Success Garden/Harlem Grown; The Morris-Jumel Community Garden; The Convent Avenue Garden; The Wm. A. Harris Garden.

Location

Joseph Daniel Wilson Memorial Garden in  Accessible
Manhattan
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Cost

Free  

Contact Number

(212) 662-2878

Categories

Nature, Tours

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