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Compost at Q Gardens!

Compost at Q Gardens!

Flatbush’s newest community garden is also a compost dropoff site. 

Get a tour of Flatbush Gardener's Native Plant Oasis!

Get a tour of Flatbush Gardener’s Native Plant Oasis!

On June 21, 2014 Flatbush Gardener will give a tour of his own native plant garden!

We Need You! Donate To Our ioby Campaign and Help Us Build Our Healing Herb Garden!

We Need You! Donate To Our ioby Campaign and Help Us Build Our Healing Herb Garden!

Sustainable Flatbush is raising money to convert our 340 square foot container vegetable garden into a culinary and medicinal herb garden!

Save the date for our Earth Day Open House!

Save the date for our Earth Day Open House!

Join us for the kickoff of our Community Compost Project and Gardening season on April 20th, 2013!

Solarize Brooklyn!

Solarize Brooklyn!

We are very excited to announce the launch of Solarize Brooklyn!

Our Compost Smells Like Chocolate!

Our Compost Smells Like Chocolate!

That’s right… thanks to a delivery of cocoa hulls from Brooklyn’s own Mast Brothers Chocolate, our compost smells delicious!

Sustainable Flatbush Live – Weekend Updates

Sustainable Flatbush Weekend Updates Sunday, September 16 • 11am – 5pm  We are at the 36th Annual Flatbush Frolic

The Greenest Block in Brooklyn to be honored at this Sunday’s Greening Flatbush!!!

The Greenest Block in Brooklyn to be honored at this Sunday’s Greening Flatbush!!!

For the first time, at Greening Flatbush 2012  Sustainable Flatbush will honor an organization that we believe embodies the theme of the event — Garden Where You Are. The 300 East 25th Street Block Association, aka The Greenest Block in Brooklyn, will be the recipients of this year’s Greening Flatbush award.

REWIND: Livable Streets + 2010

REWIND: Livable Streets + 2010

Of the four Sustainable Flatbush initiatives, Livable Streets advocates for increased access to communal spaces that prioritize people over cars. Throughout 2010, we have sponsored a variety of projects and events addressing different issues and aspects related to public space, urban planning, and transportation. Here’s a brief recap of what we’ve been up to!

Flatbush Food Film Forum starts on January 27th!

Flatbush Food Film Forum starts on January 27th!

Flatbush Food Film Forum features FRESH on Wednesday, January 27th at 7 PM!