Nyack Community Garden

Dated: June 3 2015

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One of the Nyack’s best kept secrets are the 52 plots in the cooperative garden on Franklin Street. The cost for half a plot is $15 and a full plot is $20.Tools,water, and soil are provided y the Nyack Community Garden. All you have to bring are seeds and your labor , and you will be in business. As a member of the garden you have to sign up to do some communal chores to help maintain the garden. The site of the garden is where  the terminal stood for the railroad that connected Nyack to New York City via Hoboken. The  Nyack Community Garden was created in 1976. For more information you can send an email to NyackCommunityGarden@gmail.com or call Jack Dunnigan at (845)358-912

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Mary Lovera

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