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"Community gardens are a fantastic way to promote healthy eating, build community  awareness, and to educate adults and children alike about agricultural and environmental stewardship"

- Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone

Gardeners Wanted

 Interested in growing your own fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers? Bellport community garden is looking for individuals to participate with garden activities. Community gardens are excellent resources for affordable fresh produce and a great way to actively engage with your neighborhood.  For more information, please contact Khadija Yanni at 631-988-1184.

Your'e Invited to Attend

The Long Island Community Gardens Association Veterans Day Event

Honoring Our Farmers, Veterans & Community Gardeners

With Special Guests:

Poet/Farmer Scott Chaskey & Congressman Tim Bishop

Monday November 10th, 2014

6pm-9pm at the Wang Theater, Stony Brook University

6PM-6:45PM- Registration and book signing, light refreshments
​6:45PM-7:15PM- Reading by Scott Chaskey
7:15PM-8PM- 'Ground Operations' film screening
​8PM-8:30PM Congressman Bishop & Veterans
​Space is limited RSVP by November 3rd to and copy Parking available at parking garage directly across from Wang Center