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Green Guerillas helps grassroots groups obtain the materials, volunteers and funding they need to sustain colorful community gardens and bountiful urban farms In New York City.

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  • Community Idea Workshop Series

    Feb 20, 2020 | Green Guerillas

    Join us for an idea-driven workshop, centered on community organizing and urban green spaces. Together, we will generate diverse ideas and a roadmap for meaningful action for Green Guerillas during 2020 and beyond.

    –Engage deeply and creatively with key questions facing community gardeners & urban farmers across the city
    –Shape the priorities and projects of the Green Guerillas for 2020 and beyond
    –Connect with fellow gardeners, community leaders and green space allies
    –Enjoy delicious snacks & beverages

    Please RSVP here.

  • 2019 Benefit Celebration

    Sep 11, 2019 | Green Guerillas

    October 7th, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

    Please join us to honor the work of community gardeners, celebrate another bountiful growing season, and support the work of Green Guerillas.

    Beer, wine, appetizers, and garden stories will be served.

    Click HERE to get more info and purchase tickets.

    Celebrate with us!

  • Partnering with Council Members

    Jun 21, 2019 | Green Guerillas

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    Green Guerillas is partnering with six City Council Members to help community gardeners in their districts improve beautiful, historic community gardens. We are distributing soil, plants, and materials while helping gardeners make important repairs and organize community BBQ’s. These partnerships help strengthen the community garden movement in neighborhoods throughout our City.

About Green Guerillas

Our History

In the early 1970’s Green Guerillas began rallying people to use community gardening as a tool to reclaim urban land and bring people together to solve problems that plagued their neighborhoods. We are the oldest community garden organization in New York City. Read More

Our Approach

More than 600 community gardens serve as testament to the skill, creativity, and determination of New York City’s community gardeners. We support the efforts of these remarkable grassroots leaders and help create the next generation of community gardeners. Read More