Brooklyn Community Gardens

Bedford-Stuyvesant
Cheryl's Villa Garden (1997)
Family Affair Neighborhood Park (1990)
First Quincy Street Block Association (2004)
Golden Harvest Garden (2013)
Kosciusko Garden/Learning Center (1998)
Progressive Adventure Playland (1987)
The Pulaski Playhouse Garden (1999)
Spencer's Little Heaven (2001)
Whole Neighborhood Garden (2013)

Boerum Hill
Wyckoff-Bond Garden (1979)

Brownsville
Amboy Neighborhood Garden (1982)
Brownsville Green Community Garden (2015)
E. Lincoln Housing Community Garden (1997-2002)
ENY Success Garden (2015)
Our Lady of The Presentation Garden (1983)
Phoenix Community Garden (2007)

Bushwick
Howard's Glen Garden (1994-1997)
Children's Grove/Arboleda de Ninos (2006)

Crown Heights
1100 Block Bergen Street Association (1982)
196 Albany Avenue Park/Playground (1995)
Eastern Parkway Garden (2005)

East New York
400 Montauk Block Association Community Garden (2016)
Ashford Learning Garden (2014)
Ashford Abundant Garden (2014)
Chestnut Street Community Garden (2014)
El Jardin del Pueblo (2012)
Elton Court Garden/UJIMA II (2001)
Fannie Barnes Children's Playground (1992)
Glenmore Grown Garden (2014)
P.S. 4 Paradise Garden (1996)
The Ujima I Garden (1995)
Warwick Street Greenery Glow Garden (2016)

Flatbush
East 43rd Street Block Association Community Garden (2015)

Ocean Hill
Hull Street Community Garden (2001)
The Miracle Playground (1991)
Our Lady of Lourdes Garden (1981)

Park Slope
Greenspace @ President Street (2006)

Vinegar Hill
Vinegar Hill Community Garden (2013)

Williamsburg
Keap Fourth Community Garden (2013)
Placita Infantil at Nuestros Ninos Daycare (1991)
Sunshine Community Garden (1996)

 

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