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One of NYCHA’s True Green Gardeners

By Devon Johnson, Contributing Writer This morning as I looked out my window and saw several fallen trees I was inspired to write about gardening in NYCHA. I woke up, turned on my computer, looked at the Google search query … Continue reading

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NYCHA Prepares and Prevents Accidents for Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane—now “Superstorm”—Sandy wreaked havoc on the east coast Monday when it hit New York City, New Jersey, and hundreds of other communities. Millions lost power, spent the night in the cold, and watched as Manhattan streets turned into a veritable … Continue reading

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Mother Nature Isn’t Always Nice

While we at Urban Gardens love Mother Nature and the bounty she can bring, we also recognize that she’s a powerful force that we don’t always have control over. If you haven’t heard, New York may have a hurricane coming … Continue reading

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