Peers and Partners

Pride of New York promotes and supports the sale of agricultural products grown and food products processed within New York State.

New York Department of Agriculture and Markets supports New York State farmers, provides a list of New York State Farmers Markets and a guide to local produce.

Farmers Market Federation of New York offers a spectrum of services to increase the number and capacity of farmers markets in the state, develop the scope of professionalism in farmers' market management and improve the ability of markets to serve their farmers, their consumers and their host communities.

Just Food provides information about Community Supported Agriculture and urban farmers in New York City and addresses the needs of regional, rural family farms, NYC community gardeners, and NYC communities.

Cornell Cooperative NYC Program provides information on nutrition and health.

Farmers Market Coalition provides information, business resources and lobbying representation at state and federal levels for The Farmers Market growers.

Farm Aid supports and provides grants to groups promoting fair farm policies and grassroots family agriculture organizing.

Added Value promotes sustainable development in Red Hook, South Brooklyn by offering skills, knowledge and positive engagement to tomorrow's leaders.

Growing Power inspires communities to build sustainable food systems

Seeds of Solidarity provides communities with the practical tools to use renewable energy and grow their own food

The Food Project creates fertile ground for new ideas about youth and adults partnering to create social change through sustainable agriculture.

World Hunger Year advocates innovative, community-based solutions to hunger and poverty.

Heifer International works with communities to end hunger and poverty and to care for the earth.

Food Security dedicated to building strong, sustainable, local and regional food systems that ensure access to affordable, nutritious and culturally appropriate food for all people at all times.

Slow Food works to defend biodiversity in our food supply, spread taste education and connect producers of excellent foods with co-producers through events and initiatives.

Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture demonstrates, teaches and promotes sustainable, community-based food production at their non-profit farm, educational center and restaurant.

Each week, read a new story from farmers, chefs, shoppers, New Yorkers and others whose lives have been impacted by Greenmarket by following GrowNYC on Medium.com. We hope these stories will make you smile, make you laugh or maybe even shed a tear.

  • Greenmarket

    Our network of farmers markets, Youthmarkets, Fresh Food Box pick-ups, and Greenmarket Co. ensures that all New Yorkers have access to the freshest, healthiest local food.

  • Recycle

    We blanket the five boroughs with resources like textile and food scrap collection, Stop 'N' Swaps, and free training to make waste reduction easy for all.

  • Garden

    We build and support community and school gardens through tool loans, volunteer days, technical assistance, training, school garden grants and more.

  • Teach

    We foster future environmental stewards by providing 60,000 children each year with programs that provide meaningful interactions with the natural environment.