Rainwater Harvesting Systems in NYC Community Gardens

There are currently more than 140 rainwater harvesting systems in New York City community gardens.

The interactive Google Map below shows the locations of these systems, their tank size, roof size, and potential yearly rainfall collection.  A complete listing is below the map.


100 Quincy Community Garden
1100 Bergen
462 Halsey Community Garden
61 Franklin Street Garden
Abib Newborn
Amazing Garden
Backyard Garden
Bedford Stuyvesant Community Garden (Lola Bryant Comm. Garden)
Bed-Stuy Farm
Berry Street Garden
Bridge Plaza
Brooklyn Bears Carlton Garden
Brooklyn Bears Pacific Street
Brooklyn New School
C.A.U.S.A Festival
Clifton Place Memorial Park & Garden
Cooper Street Gardeners
Decatur St. Community Garden
El Jardin Del Pueblo
El Puente Espíritu Tierra Community Garden - Earth Spirit
Essex Street Community Garden 
Fantasy Garden
First Quincy
Gil Hodges (Carroll Street Garden)
Green Dome
Green Gems
Greene Acres Community Garden
Greenspace on Fourth
Hands And Heart
Hart to Hart
Hattie Carthan Community Garden
Hattie Carthan Herban Farm
Heckscher Foundation  Children’s Garden
Herbal Garden
Imani Community Garden 
Imani II Community Garden
Keap Fourth Community Garden
Moore Street Market Farm
New Visions Garden
Olive Street Garden
Prospect Heights Community Farm
PS 4 Paradise Garden
Red Hook Farm / Added Value
Red Shed Garden
Santos White Community Garden
Schenectady Avenue  Community Garden
Sheffield Garden
St. John Cantius
Sunshine Garden 
T & T Vernon Block Association
Tranquility Garden
United Community Centers Garden
United Herkimer Garden Club
Vinegar Hill Community Garden
Walt Shamel


Angie Lee Gonzalez and Luis Gonzalez Garden
Bainbridge Avenue Garden
Belmont Little Farmers
Brook Park Youth Farm
Bruckner Mott Haven Garden
Cauldwell Youth Garden
Claremont Homeowners & Tenant Civic Improvement Assn. Community Garden
Clay Avenue Community Garden
College Avenue Garden
Courtlandt Avenue Association
Davidson Avenue Community Garden
Decatur Playground 
Drew Garden
El Batey Borincano
El Flamboyan
Garden of Happiness
Garden of Life and Health 
Harrod Avenue NYCHA Garden
Hispanos Unidos
Jacquline Denise Davis Garden
Krystal Garden
La Finca Del Sur/ South Bronx Farmers
La Isla
Latinos Unidos
Little Green Garden / Jardin la Roca - Rock Garden
Manor Avenue Seniors Garden
Mapes Avenue Garden (HDFC)
Model T
Morning Glory Community Garden
Neighborhood Advisory Garden
New Roots Community Farm
Padre Plaza (Success Garden)
River Garden
Schervier Nursing Center Garden
Taqwa Community Garden
Target Bronx
Volky Flower Garden
Wishing Well


11th Street Garden
9th Street Community Garden
Campos Community Garden
Centro Altagracia de Fe y Justicia
Diaz y Flores
El Gallo
Frank White Garden
Garden of Love
Governors Island Teaching Garden
Hope Community's Modesto Tin Flores Garden
Hope Steven Garden
La Perla
La Plaza Cultural
Los Amigos
Martin Luther King Jr. Community Park
Miracle Garden
Mo Pals
Morris Jumel Community Garden
Orchard Alley 
Pleasant Park
PS 57
Serenity Gardens
Suffolk Street
Target East Harlem  
Toyota Children’s Learning Garden
Urban Assembly H.S. for Green Careers Garden
W. 104th St.
West 124th Street Community Garden
William A. Harris Garden
William B. Washington Memorial Garden


Beach 45th Street Farm (Edgemere Farm)
Block Association #81
Culinary Kids Garden
Curtis “50 Cent Jackson Community Garden
Long Island City Roots
Malcom X Garden

Staten Island

Bountiful Harvest Farm
Joe Holska Garden
West Brighton Community Garden

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