Monday, November 07, 2005

You may have heard of community gardens where people turning vacant rubble-strewn lots into vibrant community gardens. And where underserved neighborhoods are strengthened through community gardening. With community help, people grow food, plant flowers, educate youth, paint colorful murals and preserve their gardens as vital community centers for future generations.

Do you have green fingers? Would you like to get involved? Let us know. Do you not have the time to attend meetings or get actively involved? You can still help us by letting us know your ideas and suggestions. Simply scroll down until you see 'comments' and double click to leave your suggestions.
Read more about the New York community gardens by clicking on the link 'New York Community Gardens' (top right hand site of the blogging site).