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Gardening with Concrete Safaris at Mad Fun Farm

 

Gardening with Concrete Safaris at Mad Fun Farm

Garden with Concrete Safaris by helping prepare raised beds for planting, plant seeds and transplants, spread wood chips, shovel topsoil, and weed.

All volunteers need to sign this waiver: http://concretesafaris.org/en/events

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This is a family friendly project where volunteers can bring their children or legal wards(10 to 17 years old), as long as youth volunteers have a signed waiver and are accompanied by their legal guardian at all times.
The volunteer team leader can provide additional information.

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This project is part of National Volunteer Week, a volunteer recognition movement created by Points of Light and supported by New York Cares. As a volunteer on April 15-22, you continue to affirm that volunteers have the power to unlock the potential in New York City. Thank you for being part of what makes this city great and working hard with us to make sure it stays that way. See what else we have planned for National Volunteer Week at https://www.newyorkcares.org/nvw

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Concrete Safaris empowers children and youth in East Harlem to be healthy leaders through green exercise programs that enrich the mind, body, community & environment. Since 2008, 7-11-year-old children enrolled in Concrete Safaris year-round programs and living in East Harlem have learned how the physical environment where they live, learn, and play, impacts their health. Concrete Safaris participants make major programmatic decisions, adding gardening, running, cycling, fishing, hiking, and swimming to our curriculum while addressing disease prevention from the child's perspective.