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Revitalize a Community Garden

 

Revitalize a Community Garden

Shiloh Garden is a community garden in Brooklyn that serves as a learning garden for a public school. The garden teaches children about planting and growing vegetables and floral plants, and also teaches children and adults about nutrition, health awareness and how to save money by growing and consuming organic vegetables.

WHAT: Volunteers are needed for gardening upkeep, including planting, weeding, watering, general maintenance, and help with composting. This is a hands-on project, expect some digging, bending and lifting!

WHEN: Every Saturday starting at noon.

WHERE: 323 Monroe Street Brooklyn,NY 11216

TO APPLY: Email Darlene at darlenemuh@gmail.com

*This is not a New York Cares project*

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The Shiloh Community Garden for Children serves as a learning garden for a public school in a low-income area. The garden teaches children about planting and growing vegetables and floral plants, and also teaches children and adults about nutrition, health awareness and how to save money by growing and consuming organic vegetables.