Farm School NYC greatly appreciates the generous support of our partners in helping us to to train NYC residents in urban agriculture and inspire positive local action around food access and social, economic, and racial justice issues.
Black Urban Growers (BUGs) is an organization of volunteers committed to building networks and community support for growers in both urban and rural settings. Through education and advocacy around food and farm issues, they nurture collective black leadership to ensure we have a seat at the table.
Bronx Green-Up (BGU) the community gardening outreach program of The New York Botanical Garden provides horticulture education, training, and technical assistance to Bronx residents, community gardeners, urban farmers, local schools, and community organizations. BGU has been a partner of Farm School NYC since its inception.
Brooklyn Grange Farms is the leading rooftop farming and intensive roofing business in the country. They have to world’s largest rooftop soil farms in the country located on top of two New York City buildings from which they distribute over 25 tons of organically produce each year.
CCNYC was started in the 1970s by U.S. Senator Jacob Javits and Newsweek Editor-In-Chief Osborn Elliott. Today, the Citizens Committee for New York City remains true to its mission of helping New Yorkers-especially those in low-income communities-come together and improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
Crock and Jar was founded with two distinct goals: 1) to offer top-quality preserved foods that rely on sustainably-grown, local produce and traditional techniques to create contemporary flavors and 2) to build a strong real food community by teaching classic food preservation techniques to both home cooks and chefs alike.
The mission of the East New York Farms Project is to organize youth and adults to address food justice in our community by promoting local sustainable agriculture and community-led economic development.
Greenthumb is a project of NYC Parks and is the largest gardening program in the nation. They provide material support to over 500 community gardens in New York City and they’ve also contributed to Farm School NYC and our mission.
The Hattie Carthan Community Farmer's market is a grassroots, people of color-led agricultural revitalization project in Central Brooklyn. The market’s vision is to cultivate a healthy, holistic, and self-sufficient community grounded in the systems and cycles of the earth.
Co-founded by Karen Washington, La Familia Verde is a coalition of community gardens in the Crotona, East Tremont and West Farms neighborhood of the Bronx. La Familia Verde represents the next generation in the community gardening movement. They are an entirely volunteer organization, and all our members are community residents. They are generously contributing to the Farm School NYC mission.
Founded in 1996, New York City Community Garden Coalition's mission is to promote the preservation, creation, and empowerment of community gardens through education, advocacy, and grassroots organizing.
Through GrowNYC’s Farm Beginnings course, the developers of Rise and Root Farm were able to develop their ideas and clarify their dreams of their mission to achieve agricultural sustainability. One of their members, the fantastic Karen Washington, teaches an intriguing Summer Extension course with Farm School NYC.
Rock Steady Farm is a women and queer-owned cooperative farm, rooted in social justice, growing speciality cut flowers and sustainable vegetables in Millerton, NY.
Truelove Seeds offers rare, open pollinated, and culturally important vegetable, herb, and flower seeds grown by urban and rural farmers committed to community food sovereignty and sustainable agriculture. 50% of every seed packet sale goes back to the farmer who grew it!