SAVE PLEASANT VILLAGE COMMUNITY GARDEN !

 
Located in the heart of East Harlem and founded circa 1973, PVCG will soon lose the section of land on 118th Street to development under the guise of creating  "affordable" housing.

Help us #SaveTheLand !
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ABOUT PLEASANT VILLAGE COMMUNITY GARDEN


Pleasant Village Community Garden is an oasis in East Harlem, Hudson Valley in Manhattan. Founded by the late Rose Gardella, who flower-bombed the vacant lots in the early 1970s, PVCG is today a thriving community garden that is in imminent danger of losing a large section of its public land to a developer for $1. This is public land that was turned over to NYC Housing Preservation & Development when Bennie Lee, the caretaker of this land, passed away and the taxes went unpaid. The gardeners are devastated over the impending loss of this land that houses chickens, a large community compost bin, a growing plot for donating food and a native pollinator plant field.

 

Please help us save this land!

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