Monthly Archives: August 2019

Brooklyn’s garden plan run by young people tangled in years of confusion

Almost three years after a group of enterprising teenagers in Brooklyn came up with an idea to turn a city-owned junkyard into a youth-run community garden, the plan has yet to come to fruition. Despite initial support from nonprofits and local elected officials, the sprawling 6,800-square-foot municipal land at 45 Somers St. in Brownsville remains […]

7 essential gardening tools to take care of your plants

Is gardening one of your new favorite hobbies? Spending time with nature can certainly help in a number of ways to declutter your mind and relax you. Also, seeing all of your efforts grow into beautiful plants is undoubtedly extremely rewarding. So, if you’ve tried gardening and are looking for some useful tools to keep […]