Nyack Community Garden

Thursday July 25, at 10AM - the annual Nyack Community Garden Contest

Your Community Garden

The Nyack Community Garden is a community-based, non-profit organization that provides residents of the Nyack School District with an opportunity to grow vegetables and flowers in a friendly environment. Using land provided by the Robert Martin Company in downtown Nyack, the garden donates surplus vegetables to local charities and enhances the beauty of the community.

The Nyack Community Garden on South Franklin Street between Depew and Hudson Avenues in Nyack is a place for community residents to garden together. The garden’s members plant vegetables, fruits, and flowers in their individual plots and help maintain the whole garden including surrounding flower beds. They produce nutritious food and beautiful flowers for their own use. Many donate to local soup kitchens and food banks through the garden.

The vital support of the Robert Martin Company, in concert with the Community Housing Management Corporation, is greatly appreciated.

Early photo of the garden around 1980, in the snow

Early photograph of Garden when surrounded by snow fence. Probably taken around 1980. Collection of Nyack Public Library.

For information on how to become a member of the Nyack Community Garden please email membership@nyackcommunitygarden.info.

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