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The Bridge Horticulture Program A partnership with The Horticultural Society of New York
Roof deck at 248 West 108 th Street headquarters built in the Summer of 2005
2008 United Way Seed Grant funding to create an urban farm behind our Morris Avenue residence in The Bronx
The greens are growing!
The Herb Garden
Bean Vines utilizing existing fence as a trellis!
Maintaining a worm bin to create compost! This client took a series of classes at the NYBG and was certified as a Master Composter!
John Cannizzo HSNY Partner working with clients on staking the tomato plants
Harvesting the cabbage!
Bagging the produce!
Residents who live in the building and who joined the Horticulture Team!
We use sunflowers to border the back side of the farm!
Drying flowers on a screen for seed saving!
Preparing for the colder weather
2010 United Way Funding for East Harlem farm…planning the design
Top Soil Delivery
The Horticulture Client Team
Selling Produce from Morris Avenue Farm at Bronx Farmers Market
Organic Pest Control…Releasing Lady Bugs
Weighing the produce (beets)
Planting a Garden Essential Standard Apply procedures to plant a garden.
Two gardeners progress Late April, 2008 Autumn. Now that the pumpkins are harvested, Anne intends to do a bit more market gardening, during winter, raising.
The Goal is to grow your own food. The Goal is to relax in the Garden.
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“Inspiring Healthy Living
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We explore the soil from the school garden. There are worms in the soil.
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