In the News
December 19, 2016 MorristownGreen.com
Bring a new tune, old challenges and good intentions to Grow It Green Morristown’s annual Winter Solstice Celebration, on Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016, at 6 pm in the Early Street Community Garden...
December 2, 2016 TAPintoMorristown
Grow it Green Morristown is inviting residents to the 7th Annual Winter Solstice Celebration from 6 - 7:30pm at the Early Street Community Garden. At this free event, attendees can let go of the past year's challenges, try some yoga movements and set goals for 2017.
November 4, 2016 Morris NewsBee
The official public unveiling of Morris Arts‘ Gateway Totem Project will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17 at the Grow It Green’s Early Street Community Garden, 17 Early St.
October 31, 2016 Daily Record
A hand-carved sculpture representing Morristown’s immigrant communities will be installed at the entry to Grow It Green Morristown’s Early Street Community Garden in early November.
August 16, 2016 Daily Record
August 16, 2016 MorristownGreen.com
More than 150 people braved the 100-degree heat index on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, to attend the 7th annual Alfresco at the Farm, a family fundraising festival to benefit Grow It Green Morristown, a non-profit group whose focus is making fresh, local food accessible to all. The event...
August 3, 2016 TAPintoMorristown
Grow It Green Morristown, a nonprofit focused on making fresh, local food accessible for all, will host its annual Alfresco at the Farm festival Saturday, August 13, 2016 from 4:00pm - 7:00pm (Rain date: August 14th). The event will take place at New Jersey’s Largest School Garden - the Urban Farm...
June 11, 2016 TAPintoMorristown
As food prices continue to rise, it’s becoming more and more difficult to sustain a healthy diet. A study completed by CheatSheet looked at levels of food insecurity and usage of SNAP Benefits or food stamps in each state throughout the U.S....
October 23, 2015 TAPintoMorristown
TD Bank is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with Grow It Green Morristown, a nonprofit focused on making fresh, local food and outdoor spaces accessible for all, located in Morristown, New Jersey...
September 21, 2015 Morristowngreen.com
Busy people don’t always have time to go to the park. So Grow It Green Morristown took the park to them on Friday...
September 17, 2015 MorristownGreen.com
For generations, the Morristown Green has provided refuge from the downtown hustle and bustle.
Grow It Green Morristown will try to scale down that concept on Friday, Sept. 19, 2015, by creating a park in a parking space...
September 11, 2015 TAPintoMorristown
The expression “don’t judge a book by its cover” is apropos for the Unity Charter School in Morristown. Set off in a nondescript building, at the end of a street in an office building, this hidden jewel of a school is a haven for educators and children.
September 4, 2015 NewJerseyHills.com
Grow It Green Morristown (GIGM) will turn a parking space into a parklet for a day to raise funds for the re-build of the Early Street Community Garden (ESCG).The local nonprofit focused on connecting the community through local food will be turning a...
August 14, 2014 Morristown Green.com
Grow It Green Morristown will get some teaching help for the next school year from a FoodCorps service member. Sara Katz, a Princeton native with a lot of experience in organic foods, will start on Sept. 1, 2015, at the Urban Farm at Lafayette, said Grow It Green Executive Director Abby Gallo...
August 18, 2014 My Paper Online
Morristown native and Craigslist Founder Craig Newmark made headlines in July, when he donated $10,000 to a community garden in Morristown, Grow It Green Morristown. The money will help fund a composting toilet for the Early Street Community Garden that will be named Craig Newmark Memorial Latrine No. 2. It is projected to open next spring...
Morristown, NJ (October 20,2015)
TD Bank is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with Grow It Green Morristown, a nonprofit focused on making fresh, local food and outdoor spaces accessible for all, located in Morristown, New Jersey.
Morristown, NJ (September 18,2015)
Grow It Green Morristown is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to create sustainable farms and gardens that provide equal access to fresh, local food and educate communities through programs focused on healthy eating and environmental stewardship.
Morristown, NJ (August 14, 2015)
Grow It Green Morristown, a nonprofit focused on connecting the community with local food, announces that it has been named as a FoodCorps NJ service site for the 2015-2016 school year. The local nonprofit is now among 12 organizations in the state hosting FoodCorps service members.
Morristown, NJ (June 17, 2015)
Grow It Green Morristown announces that it has been approved to accept SNAP benefits as payment for fresh vegetables at its Urban Farm, a one-acre educational farm located behind the Lafayette Learning Center in Morristown.
Morristown, NJ (February 24, 2015)
Grow It Green Morristown, a community-building nonprofit organization focused on growing food, has announced its first-ever year-long class series aimed at the home gardener.
Morristown, NJ (January 12, 2015)
$35,000 Provided to Fund Early Street Community Garden Solar Pavilion. Sustainable Jersey representatives announced that Morristown has been awarded a Sustainable Jersey Small Grant.
In 2010, community garden member Christian Schuller created an award winning documentary film about the start of the Community Garden at Early Street.
Volunteering at the Farm
in 2015, Finite Visual Inc. donated their time to make this beutiful video highlighting Grow It Green Morristown's efforts and accomplishments!
What is an Urban Farm
This summer, Grow It Green Morristown launched a video project to empower young students in the community to develop their cinemotography and video storytelling skills. Kevin Coughlin, from Morristown Green, managed the project with funding provided by the Verizon Foundation. Kevin, along with Ruby Huber, winner of theMorristownGreen.com Film Festival, rounded up six enthusiastic middle and high school students to tell Grow It Green Morristown's story.