InterGenerate Opens Community Garden in Mount Kisco
“We are pleased to be moving from our former garden at Marsh Sanctuary to this much more central location."
New Mount Kisco community garden
InterGenerate, a local nonprofit that helps people get access to food that is “fresh, clean and fair,” is opening a community garden on the property of the Ann Manzi Center facility, which is part of the ARC of Westchester, located at 699 Main Street in Mount Kisco. InterGenerate also operates a community garden in Chappaqua and a teaching garden at the John Jay Homestead. The third garden is expected to open after Memorial Day.
“We are pleased to be moving from our former garden at Marsh Sanctuary to this much more central location,” says Suzi Novak, vice president of InterGenerate. “The ARC of Westchester has a very large fenced-in garden, and they have generously offered to let us put in beds on one side for our gardeners. We will be offering classes to gardeners and to clients and staff of the Manzi Center, and we look forward to collaborating with them on garden projects.”
To reserve a bed or for more info, email Novak at firstname.lastname@example.org.