Robert (our cover model for the July/August issue) and colleague Dwan are now both active in the Hort’s GreenTeam, the paid-internship follow-up program that helps transition participants back into their communities.
As the executive chef at Wellness in the Schools, an organization that brings healthy meals to 30,000 public school students, Telepan knows what it takes to get kids on board with tropical kale salad and autumn squash soup.
Last month, GrowNYC launched its Green Infrastructure Toolkit, a collection of resources to educate homeowners and gardeners about the steps they can take to minimize the effects of rainfall on our waterways.
Edible recently paid a visit to the Bowery Mission to see what they’ve got cooking, and it looks like there’s loads of greens, tomatoes, peppers and herbs involved, courtesy of a budding rooftop farming initiative there.
GreenHouse is more than the country’s largest penal colony’s farm initiative; it’s a little-known oasis of calm and beauty in the unlikeliest of landscapes.
A gardening program on the largest penal colony in the world.
Forget fancy kitchen equipment—these chefs’ menus rely on tricked-out bicycles.
In some gardens, cucumbers and kale are just a side benefit.