Community Greens

People of all colors discussing evergreen ideas.

Free Rodent Training in the Bronx

ratYou can learn about safe and effective methods for rat prevention in your home and community at our free training. This short, two- to three-hour training is targeted to superintendents, building staff, property managers, homeowners, interested tenants, community gardeners and the local business community. We will host a training on Thursday, Oct. 18 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Boogie Down Grind Café (866 Hunts Point Ave., Bronx). To register, email info@majoracartergroup.com. Free rodent-resistant garbage bins will be raffled off to participants who register. More info: on.nyc.gov/2Nhcjtb

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Cogging Back to Good Health

bikeOkay, so I’ve had my share of health problems over the last few years. Unfortunately, sometimes as we get older we get sick and, figuratively and often literally, fall apart. The common cold seems completely uncommon and the flu can severely sideline and possiblely kill us. When we get a cold, we often ignore the warning signs until too late and when it’s full blown, we look for any port, which is usually some over-the-counter miracle. Or we believe doctors have magic bullets and we seek their help and hope the 2 pills they give us will make us better by morning.

I’ve decided to Cog Back to Good Health (CBGH). I’ve had my ups and downs and, recognizing I was never a gym rat, I’m going to ride my way back to good health. I am going to ride my bike every day (hmm, I really HATE riding in the rain and snow). Riding my bike is going to be the fifth thing I do every day. 1. Get Out of Bed 2. Bathroom 3. Drink Water 4. Get Dressed 5. Ride My Bike. Let’s start with the typical “30 Day Challenge” and for good measure the Tour De Bronx is Sunday October 28. I’m still a punk, so I’ve registered for the 25 miler. I’ll keep you posted!

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NYS Girls HS Rules Review & Updates

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MAGBOMAGBO presents:

2018-2019 NYS Girls High School Rules Review & Updates

Special Guest: Jon Levinson, NCAA Secretary Rules Editor

Tuesday October 30th
St. Edmund Prep High School
2474 Ocean Avenue ~  Brooklyn, NY 11229

Doors open  at 6:30PM
Check in  at 6:45PM

Clinic begins promptly  at 7:00PM

All Girls PSAL officials are urged to attend.

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NYRP Tree Giveaway at Bissel Gardens Saturday October 6th

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tree giveaway pdf

More Info at NYRP HERE!

 

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BxRA Soiree 2018

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I had a wonderful time at the Riverdale Yacht Club 10/3/18 with the folks from the Bronx River Alliance and the people that support their efforts to continuously improve the Bronx River.

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About Community Greens

It takes more than a village to raise a child in today's world. The world is more than flat or round or sun and moon. It's also the village on the other side of the river. The objects in the sky are different from that view. Community Greens, griot-like, tells a story. I invite you to share my view.

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Chuck Vasser

Blacks In Green

There are more of us people of color out there than you realize and we are coming together to express our concerns, ideas and sit at the table!

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Bronx River Sankofa
Smiling Bellies

Community Greens Urban Farm

Veterans Garden Food GiveawayOctober 20th, 2018
3 days to go.

Upcoming Events

  • Tour de Bronx October 28, 2018 Bronx, NY, USA REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN AUGUST!
  • Bissel Gardeners Meeting November 3, 2018 at 10:00 am – 11:00 am Veterans Garden-Propagation
  • Volunteer @ Bissel Gardens November 10, 2018 at 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Veterans Garden-Propagation

The CG Fit Chick

Cog Blogging

Bronx Fixed is Back! - BxFxd

Community Consulting

Green Tips!

Bee proactive!

A few things you can do to help keep bees healthy:

  • plant different flowers that bloom throughout the season for the bees;

    • native plants and other perennials

    • bloom colors of yellow, white,  blue, and purple

  • watch for neonicotinoid-free note on plant tags- some tags will claim that insecticides were used for ‘your plant’s health’ (but NOT for the bees!)

  • leave the blossoms until they expire

  • plant plants with fragrant flowers with a long bloom season

  • consider early blooming plants for bees that have had little nourishment over the winter

Green Tips

Email

czvasser@yahoo.com

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“Even though this planet is round, there are just too many spots where you can find yourself hanging onto the edge, unless there’s some space, some place to take a breather for a while.” –Gloria Naylor

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The Future of Spofford

Community Greens Photos

Chuck Vasser on Docs.com

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NYS Girls HS Rules Review & Updates

NYS Girls HS Rules Review & Updates

MAGBO presents NYS Girls HS Rules Review & Updates 2018-2019 – October 30th St. Edmund Prep High School 2474 Ocean Avenue ~  Brooklyn, NY 11229
Clinic begins promptly  at 7:00PM. All Girls PSAL officials are urged to attend.

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Fried Chicken & Philosophy

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The Butterfly Project