GreenThumb Community Garden Survey
2018 will mark GreenThumb’s 40th anniversary. The division, which is now a part of NYC Parks was created in response to the City’s fiscal crisis in the 1970s that resulted in widespread abandonment of public and private property. Citizens through their own initiative began to take care of these properties turning them into community gardens. Since 1978, GreenThumb has provided programming and material support to community gardeners in New York City. On the advent of our 40th anniversary now is an opportune time to take stalk of where we have been and to look towards the future of community gardening in New York City.
What neighborhood do you live in?
Your answer
What borough do you live in? *
How often do you visit community gardens? *
What was the purpose of your visits to a community garden? *
What best describes your experience at a community garden? *
Have you ever considered joining a community garden? *
What has kept you from joining? *
What, if any are the benefits of community gardens? *
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