Celebrate Earth Day with your neighbors by…Farming!
Madison square Park is hosting its Home Farming Day Today
Tuesday April 12th from 11Am-6Pm
You can meet Paul James aka “Gardener Guy” and ask him loads of questions regarding, well youknow Gardening. There will be plant Demos on how to start your own Home Farm (big $$$ saver) Then you can try FREE Triscuit recipes! YUM! But wait I must tell you how I received this notice. A postcard was sent to my home but not just any post card it’s a plant THIS postcard…..Still not clear? The post card is made of recycled paper and used Soy ink with Chive seeds in it. So all I have to do to start my own chive garden is moisten card, place under the surface of soil, water regularly and….CHIVES!!
Love it!! for more info go HERE.
……Later this MONTH
MillionTreesNYC Tree Giveaway
Sat Apr 17 10am–3pm.
Various locations throughout the five boroughs ).
As part of the Mayor’s effort to plant one million new trees across the city by 2017, New Yorkers can pick up two free trees at various parks and centers this weekend (and beyond). Each tree stands roughly sevenfeet tall, and comes with planting and care instructions. All you need is a shovel and a place to put it! click here for more info!
Earth Day in Times Square
April 22 (11 am – 5 pm)
A public celebration in Times Square featuring an interactive exhibit area highlighting green businesses, non-profits, and our sponsors. One exciting feature will be the CO2 E drive, a “runway show” of green vehicles.
Earth Fair Outdoors @ Grand Central Terminal
April 22 (12 noon -7 pm) AND April 23 (11 am -4 pm)
Vanderbilt Avenue, between 42nd and 45th Streets
A two-day festival of art, music, and the environment on Vanderbilt Avenue from 42nd to 45th Streets. A large exhibit area highlighting environmental groups, green businesses and kidz activities that will include educational interactive displays.
Earth Day Indoors Grand Central Terminal
April 21 (12 noon – 7 pm) AND April 22 (10 am – 7 pm) AND April 23 (10 am – 5 pm)
Location : Vanderbilt Hall, Grand Central Terminal
An exhibit area in Vanderbilt Hall featuring technological innovations, a photography exhibit illustrating the effects of hydraulic fracturing or “fracking”, previews of environmentally themed films and events focused on youth.
For more info go HERE