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660 New Jersey Avenue
East New York, Brooklyn
Founded in 1994
Ujima I Garden was a small, but highly active community garden used by many neighborhood children. It had chess tables, a garden area, a lawn, and soon a small pond. The site also contained an environmental teaching facility which hosted a Saturday Science Program organized by Brooklyn Center for the Urban Environment.
After falling into disrepair, programming of the garden was taken on by Slow Food NYC in 2010. The garden is now flourishing, with youth programs, chickens, bees, and more!
This garden is under the jurisdiction of NYC Parks and supported by GreenThumb, the nation's largest urban gardening program. If you are interested in joining, starting, or supporting a community garden, contact NYC Parks GreenThumb.