Service Project

Making the Flowers and Vegetables Grow at Carver Community Garden!

August 25, 2018

10:00 AM - 02:00 PM EDT

New York City Platoon

Event overview

Carver Community Garden, located in East Harlem, is a large four lot garden that has been growing vegetables for over 11 years. The garden is also used by a local day care center as place to learn and play. During previous harvest seasons, local Harlem children would pick tomatoes and vegetables while learning about urban gardening. All of the harvested crops would be given to elderly community members and those in need. However, the garden is now in need of vital repairs and the space is no longer usable for children in Harlem. The Mission Continues Harlem 1st Platoon is mobilizing to help! On August 25th, we are going to revitalize this urban center of farming and learning for children! During this day of service, we will be building a variety of unique garden beds, building a pathway to make the space accessible and usable for gardening and playing, and assisting with various farm tasks. With our combined efforts, we'll continue the Harlem Platoon's mission to renovate multiple farms so that Harlem residents can learn about agriculture and have access fresh locally grown produce. So come on out and make a difference in East Harlem!


Service Project

What To Wear

Your TMC gear and clothes you don't mind getting dirty!

What to Bring

Your work ethic and your TMC gear!

Event Contact

When and where


August 25, 2018


10:00 AM - 02:00 PM (EDT)


Carver Community Garden

236-242 E 124th St
New York City, NY 10031

Parking Information

Take the 4, 5, or 6 train to 125th street. From the corner of 125th and Lexington- walk south to 124th street and make a left. Walk straight east on 124th street toward Carver Community Garden between 3rd and 2nd Ave. Garden will be on your right closer to 2nd Ave.

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