SNAP to grow! Urban Farm - Local Organic Farm and Learning Garden
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SNAP to grow! building Sub irrigated planters (SIPs) with 4th graders at the Police Athletic League (PAL) Wynn Center in Brooklyn
 
 


The Daffodil Bulb Project 2013
The Daffodil Project was founded in 2001 as a living memorial to September 11.With nearly five million free bulbs planted citywide by more than 40,000 school kids, parks and gardening groups, civic organizations, corporate volunteers and other New Yorkers, it is one of the largest volunteer efforts in the city's history.
This year SNAP to grow! students and families will be planting in several locations in Bay Ridge.
 
 It's My Park Day!
Join SNAP to grow and Brooklyn Bones for a general clean -up of the Leif Ericson park and community gardening throughout the interior. This service project will be coupled with fun activities for the entire family. Any experience level is welcome. Volunteers should bring work gloves, bottled water and wear appropriate attire.

One of the Community Garden projects that SNAP to grow! is involved in.
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