Shelburne Farms Education Offerings for Teachers

The Recyclining Education Center (NEW IN THE CITY)

National Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix

40 Maps that Explain Food in America

NYRP Tree Giveaways

The Healthy Schools Revolution

National Farm to School Month

Race for Birds

Fall Native Plant Share
Join Butterfly Project NYC, Bronx Green-Up, and Grow to Learn NYC this fall as we partner up to encourage teachers to include native plants and pollinators in their gardens and curricula. A portion of the event will feature information on starting a pollinator garden. The remainder will focus on how to address issues with pollinator plants that are already established. Following the workshops, prepare to take native plants back to your park, school, or community garden. Plants are available for planting in public spaces in NYC while supplies last. Sign-in will begin at 10:45 a.m. and registration is required. To register, fill out this online form. For more information, e-mail
Saturday, October 4 • 11 a.m.–1 p.m. • P.S. 154 Jonathan D. Hyatt Pollinator Garden • Alexander Avenue and 135th Street

Greenmarket Tabling Demonstration: Seed Saving
Stop by the Bronx Green-Up table for a demonstration on saving garden seeds. We will process seed grown in NYC community gardens! Pick up some tips on how to save your own seeds for self-sufficiency and to preserve our plant genetic resources.
Wednesday, October 15 • 11 a.m.–1 p.m. • The New York Botanical Garden • Greenmarket, inside Mosholu Gate (Admission to the Garden’s grounds is free all day on Wednesday

Compost Bins and Cranks for Sale
The Garden Gourmet, a recycled plastic bin for outdoor composting, and the Compost Crank are available ($65/bin and $42/crank) to NYC residents or for use on NYC school property. Proof of residency or school employment required. Bins and cranks are sold at The New York Botanical Garden, Monday through Friday from 11 a.m.–5 p.m., by appointment only. To arrange a purchase, call 718.817.8543 or e-mail For more information or to purchase in another borough, visit the Low-Cost Compost Bins page.

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