Composting: Feeding our Garden
Composting provides nourishment for our garden and neighboring trees by converting kitchen waste like salad greens, coffee grounds and fruit scraps into nitrogen rich soil. Learn how you can help.
Art: Art in the Garden
The West 104th Street Community Garden is proud to support the arts in our community through hosting art installations, dance and music performances, plays and related events.
About Our Cats: A Tale of Three Tails
Learn about how garden member, Robin Mace, rescued three cats from the streets of Brooklyn and brought them to the West 104th Street Community Garden to fulfill our goal of good, old-fashioned, organic pest control.
About Our Bees: Fit for a Queen
In May 2013, the West 104th Street Community Garden got a beehive. Learn about the hive installation and meet our beekeeper, Elaine Matthews.
To learn about our Composting program, we invite you to contact the composting committee or come to one of our Workdays for a training session. Use the contact form in the footer.
To report concerns about our Cats or to learn more, visit the web page or contact us with the form below.
Unfortunately, our bee colony experienced an unexpected die-off in Fall 2014. The hive is currently empty.
We welcome graduate students in our community to propose research projects in our Garden. Use the contact form below to request details.