- Enhance community appreciation of the environment by educating neighborhood adults and children in the arts and science of horticulture, aquaculture, butterfly habitat, and composting.
- Increase our role as a focus for community involvement by including more members of the community.
- Improve the quality of life for neighborhood residents and businesses by maintaining and enhancing the garden and its immediate surroundings.
Community volunteers of all ages and interests participate in a variety of gardening and non-gardening activities. Visit our volunteer page to find out how you can help.
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The RING Garden is officially off-season until the end of March 2021.
Open hours are suspended and the garden is only open when volunteers are actively working.
To join the Composting, Gardening, or Pond committees you can contact us.
The RING Garden could not exist without the support from our generous friends, sponsors, and donors:
The Riverside-Inwood Neighborhood Garden (RING) was established in 1984 and is a 501(c)(3) organization.