Community Greens

People of all colors discussing evergreen ideas.

Harlem EatUp!

Harlem EatUp!

The fifth anniversary of the Harlem EatUp! festival is this Saturday and Sunday, May 18-19!

The all-you-can-eat Grand Tasting at the Stroll is jam-packed with East Harlem restaurants: You’ll be able to find Sisters Cuisine, Lady Lexis Sweets, Uptown Veg, Dear Mama, La Chula, Teranga Harlem, Tastings Social presents Mountain Bird and Aromas Bakery. To get your tickets, click here

Filed under: African-American, Arts & Culture, Blacks, Community Green, Events, Food, Harlem, Healthy Eating, , ,

Harlem Grown

We need more organizations like Harlem Grown. They look at the welfare of children through an urban garden lens. Groups like Harlem Grown engage everything from healthy eating to obesity with fresh air and exercise.

I recently had the opportunity to chat with Latonya Assanah, Greenhouse Manager, at the NYCHA Garden Conference about Harlem Grown and I’m looking forward to getting to know Harlem Grown better.

Filed under: Community Green, Food, Gardening, Harlem, Healthy Eating, It Takes A Village, Obesity, ,

Uptown Restaurant Week

 

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Stuck in a winter rut? Grab a friend and explore all that Uptown Grand Central has to offer during Uptown Restaurant Week Monday, January 23, to Friday, February 10. 

You’ll find specials along East 125th Street and Park Avenue for just $8! Offers are good seven days a week, from opening to closing time.

The Uptown Grand Central initiative is a collaboration of merchants and neighbors along the east side of 125th Street who work together to enrich the area through collaboration, research, and creative community projects.

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Frederick Douglass Monument in Harlem

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Frederick Douglass Monument in Harlem on Flickr – Click Photo

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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!

Bronx River Sankofa
Smiling Bellies

Woodlawn Run for a Cause

September 14th, 2019
The big day is here.

New York Cares Volunteers

2nd Saturday of the month thru NovemberApril 13th, 2019
Have you started your seed yet!

Garden Volunteer Days

Sundays & WednesdaysJune 2nd, 2019
Every Sunday & Wednesday 10-2pm Rains Cancels

The CG Fit Chick

The push-up is an essential muscle-building move. They're a barometer of your overall cardiovascular health as well. A recent study by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that men who can complete 40 consecutive push-ups have a 96% lower risk of coronary artery disease and heart attacks in the future compared with those who can only do 10 or fewer. Push-up capacity was more strongly associated with lower incidence of cardiovascular disease events than was aerobic capacity as estimated by a treadmill exercise test. If you're not hitting 40 but can still perform more than 10, you're doing some good. Heart disease risk decreased with every push-up completed over the baseline of 10.

Upcoming Events

  • Chuck's Bissel Gardens Work Day September 22, 2019 at 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Bissel Gardens
  • Chuck's Bissel Gardens Work Day September 29, 2019 at 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Bissel Gardens
  • Chuck's Bissel Gardens Work Day October 6, 2019 at 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Bissel Gardens
  • Bissel Gardeners Meeting October 12, 2019 at 9:30 am – 10:30 am
  • New York Cares Volunteers at Bissel October 12, 2019 at 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Veterans Garden-Propagation

Cog Blogging

Bronx Fixed is Back! - BxFxd

Community Greens Consulting

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Green Tips!

Nutrition Content of Eggs

One extra large egg (whole with the yolk) contains:

  • 80 calories
  • 5.8g fat
  • 1.8g saturated fat
  • 216mg cholesterol
  • 80mg sodium
  • .4g carbohydrate
  • 0g fiber
  • 4g sugar
  • 7.3g protein
Aside from saturated fat, the yolk of the egg is actually nutrient dense, containing vitamin D, essential fatty acids, and protein. Eggs are naturally low in carbohydrate too.

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