Category Archives: Gardening

Finches play in dirt

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Rooftop gardens of BPC

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At NYC green markets, the cash is greener than the vegetables

July 26, 2014- By Steven E. Greer Catherine McVay Hughes and the other geniuses of the CB1 have helped make the newly vacated spot south of Ground Zero

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Scammers at the Farmers’ Market?

Update: June 30, 2011 A more genuine farmer’s market already The farmer’s market at the WFC seems more authentic already, since our first story. Gone are the corn and watermelon in June that were

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Photos 7-22-2017

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Flowers in BPC 7-17-2014

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Student photographer visits BPC gardens

July 14, 2014- A student photographer, Saskia Taylor,

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Skywriting over Manhattan with Freedom Tower in view

July 12, 2014- The Post reported, “Davis partnered

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The Urban Farm

Warrie Price, President and Founder of the Battery Conservancy, gives Liz Conner a tour of the new Urban Farm growing vegetables

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A green thumb

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High levels of arsenic and lead found in Brooklyn gardens

May 4, 2014- The Post reports, “Three times the acceptable level of lead and six times the federal safety threshold for arsenic were found lurking in a community garden in Brooklyn, according to disturbing new state data unearthed by The … Continue reading

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Photos 8-10-2013

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Wagner Park at day 8-2-2013

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Sequoia tree killed by Hurricane Sandy

Update July 22, 2013- This Sequoia has died and will be removed and replaced with one more sturdy in saltwater conditions.   May 7, 2013- The sequoia tree seems to be surviving, with green shoots appearing.

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Zinnias 2013

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Water outage in BPC Parks Conservancy

May 4, 2013- The reason the water for the community gardens on Albany Street is not activated is that the pipes have a break under the grass field Since that is Hudson River Park Trust property, they are hiring an … Continue reading

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Spring, 2013, finally

April 17, 2013-  Click on images for full screen

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The Speaker Silver bridge to happen

Update November 27, 2012 The West Thames Bridge, that BP.TV exclusively reported on October 5th would finally be built, is getting closer to “shovel in the ground” stage in 2013. The latest development is that the city has agreed to … Continue reading

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Monarch butterflies in Wagner Park

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BatteryPark.TV improves the environment

July 14, 2012 By Steven Greer, MD Battery Park is the greenest neighborhood in Manhattan in terms of energy efficient apartment buildings and well kept parks. It attracts residents with young kids for that reason. Also, environmentally active A-list celebrities, … Continue reading

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