Wouldn’t it be wonderful if
everyone, everywhere, had enough to eat?
Greenmarket is Hiring: As they continue to
open our seasonal markets neighborhoods
around the city, they need to hire staff. Currently they are
specifically looking for native Spanish speakers who live
in northern Manhattan or the Bronx interested in working
20 - 30 hours a week. Anyone interested should apply
Thank you to Chef José Andrés, World Central Kitchen, #ChefsForAmerica,
FOR THOSE IN NEED IN THE BRONX
9 Ways to Get Your Pandemic Victory Garden off the Ground. A veteran urban farmer reveals how to grow food anywhere. Going to the grocery store in the time of COVID-19 feels like an act of desperation. What if you could cut down on hours spent braving masked lines and spend more time traipsing through your own safe backyard. See the SIERRA Magazine article here.
Earth Day Live: On April 22nd, we flooded the
world with hope, optimism and action. We may be
apart, but we're also more connected than ever. In the face
of global challenges, we remain as committed as ever. Join us
for the next half century of action
City Harvest and Daily News ended their joint Largest New York City Food Drive,The Kids Can Help Competition, on January 17th. Thanks to Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group, the school in each borough that collected the most food have won a prize! Congratulations to the 2020 Bronx winners:: MS 128 – Mott Hall III and PS 86 – Kingsbridge Heights (a tie!)
Citi Bike stations scheduled for many south Bronx nabes. As part of the expansion agreement with the Mayor de Blasio Administration, the new cycle of docked bike rentals will be coming to Mott Haven, Melrose, Port Morris, Highbridge, Claremont, Morrisania, Longwood, Concourse and Mount Eden within the next five years. See BronxTimes article here...