GrowNYC in the News 2014

December 2014

DNAinfo
4 Ways to Get Kids Eating Healthier Food in NYC Public Schools
Sunnyside Greenmarket to Stay Open Through Winter
Staten Island Advance
Save the dates: 3 ways to "chip in" for Mulchfest, a recycling of Christmas trees
The New York Times
Airports Modernize Dining Options with Farm-to-Terminal Fare
The Riverdale Press
Thoughtful Repairs at Inwood Farmers Market

November 2014

150ish
Winter Market Round-up
Bronx News 12
Homegrown Hot Sauce Debuts in BX
Daily News 
The Bronx Has Its Own Hot Sauce, After Borough Bred Chef Teams with Landlords and Nonprofit
Edible Brooklyn 
10 Brooklyn Markets to Eat at While It's Fall
Edible Manhattan
The Art of Compromise: Get Ready-to-Roll Lard Piecrust at the Greenmarket This Weekend
Food. Curated.
Bodhi Tree Farm
Gothamist
Turkey Harvest On An Organic Upstate Farm 
Heritage Radio 
The Bronx Greenmarket Hot Sauce
NPR
Best Books of 2014: The New Greenmarket Cookbook
The New York Times
Bronx Greenmarket Hot Sauce
Wall Street Journal
Hot Sauce Is Bred in the Bronx

October 2014

BioCycle
Composting, Zero Waste On NYC's Governors Island
Celebrity Images
City Of Bologna Celebrates Partnership With GrowNYC At Union Square's Night Market
NYCitywoman
Women Farmers of New York City Greenmarkets
The Daily News
The Bronx has its own sauce, after borough bred chef teams with landlords and nonprofit
The New York Times
Apple Picking A Day, for 47 Years  
The Villager
Seeds of Today's Greenmarket Planted in '76
Wall Street Journal
Hot Sauce Is Bred in the Bronx
WNYC
Italian Invasion of NYC's Greenmarket
Zagat
Bees in the City with Beekeeper Andrew Cote

September 2014

ABC Channel 7
NYC Health Department Launched Farm to Preschool
Beer Busters
Steph's Brew Review: Greenmarket Wheat
NBC4 New York 
New NYC Program Encourages Healthy Eating for Kids
NBC4 New York
The New Greenmarket Cookbook
Roger Smith
Photo Essay: Dag Hammarskjold Plaza Greenmarket
WNYC
The Pleasures and Perils of the Farming Life 

August 2014

Food52
5 Questions with GrowNYC's Gabrielle Langholtz
Gothamist
Tomato Season Brings Beautiful Bounty to New York City Greenmarkets 
Midtown Lunch
Rockefeller Center Greenmarket Returns in September 
The New York Times
Okra's Triumph of Taste Over Texture
NY1
La Marqueta Youthmarket

July 2014

The Broadsheet Daily
Going Green on Governor's Island
Channel 12
Food for Thought: Youthmarket
DNAinfo
Help Grow And Eat Farm-Fresh Produce on Governors Island
The New York Times
Dining & Wine: To Brighten, Purple Snow Peas at the Greenmarket
The New York Times
New York City Backyards Welcome Chickens and Bees
Queens Chronicle
Recycle Unwanted Clothing at Corona Greenmarket
The Riverdale Press
Youthmarkets Set to Open
The Weather Channel
Gardens in the Concrete Jungle

June 2014

Brooklyn Daily Eagle
From Farm to Table: Fresh Fruit, Vegetables on Sale at Greenmarket
Civil Eats
Baking with Local Flour: A 2-Way Conversation
DNAInfo.com
Beer Garden and Food Vendors to Pop Up at Union Square Night Market
Nonprofit Serving Free Meals Brings Farm-to-Table Approach to Cooking
The Guardian
The Finnish "Rye-volution" Begins in New York, Without Wheat or Yeast
The New York Times
To Cook: Asparagus Blends with the Seasons, The New Greenmarket Cookbook
Next City
How Public Markets Support Small Businesses Owned by Women, Minorities and Immigrants
Publisher's Weekly
Market Growth: PW Talks with Gabrielle Langholtz
Queens Courier
Sunnyside to Celebrate Summer with Free Food and Farm Festival
USA Today
Amazing Open-Air Markets
USA Today
New York City's Flagship Farmers Market is a Foodie Paradise
WNYC
Last Chance Foods: Radishes Are the Real Fast Food

May 2014

The Chefs Connection
The Greenmarket in Pictures
The Chefs Connection
Union Square Greenmarket, May 14
Eater.com
Eater's Summer 2014 Cookbook Preview: The New Greenmarket Cookbook
Fox News 
Energy Fair in Union Square
Inhabitat
GrowNYC Will Bring an Urban Farm at Wagner Middle School in Manhattan
The New York Times
Marcel Van Ooyen: Helping Flowers, Herbs and Sons Grow
Planet NYC
Local Food, New York's Connection to the Countryside
Saveur Magazine
Books Worth Buying: The New Greenmarket Cookbook
Staten Island Advance
Greenmarket Season 2014 Kicks Off in Staten Island
Staten Island Advance 
St. George Greenmarket Opens Saturday: Local Eggs, Organic Meats, Hand-Crafted Cheeses Expected
VH1
Big Morning Buzz: Union Square Greenmarket
Zester Daily
Eating the Landscape: Why Bakers Use Local Flour

April 2014

Edible Manhattan
RECIPE: Move Over, Ramps — Broccoli Rabe Is April’s Unsung Vegetable
Gothamist
Ramps are in the Greenmarket
Gothamist
Glorious Eggs of All Kinds Now in Season at the Greenmarket
Huffington Post
Cooking Off the Cuff: A Horseradish Sauce That (Probably) Won't Make Your Eyes Tear
Village Voice
How the Five Boro Craft Beer Festival Supports Local Agriculture

March 2014

Edible Brooklyn
Yes We Can: 4 Ways NYC Makes Kitchen Composting Easy
Edible Communities 
Local Heroes 2014: GrowNYC/Greenmarket
NY1
Brighter, Greener Future in Store for West Brighton Lot
Staten Island Advance
Neighborhood garden grows in West Brighton
Tasting Table
Spring Vegetables
Zester Daily
The Local Malt Issue That Can Change Craft Brewing

February 2014

FoodPolicy.US
Greenmarket Co. Brings Local Food By The Caseful to NYC
New York Magazine 
In Season: Northshire Farm's Savoy Cabbage
Paperhouses
Interview with GrowNYC
The Weather Channel
10 Magical Markets to Explore: Union Square Greenmarket
USA Today
Pop-Up Shops Spice Up Airport Retail Options

January  2014

Brooklyn Based
NYC Greenmarkets Seek Winter Warriors 
Forest Hills Times 
Forest Hills Greenmarket Now Open Year Round 
Times Ledger
Borough Greenmarkets Offer Fresh Food All Year Long
West Side Rag
Local Greenmarkets Look for Winter Warriors 

​During National Latinx Heritage Month in the United States we recognize the contributions of Latinx and Hispanic Americans to the country's history, heritage, and culture. Learn more from GrowNYC's FARMroots Beginning Farmer Program Manager, Gabriela Pereyra. 

  • 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 rejuvenate community & school gardens in all 5 boroughs, and support even more gardens through volunteer days, technical assistance, school garden grants, & more.

  • Education

    We foster future environmental stewards by providing 66,000 children each year with programs that provide meaningful interactions with the natural environment.