As a MEMBER, you can enter RING at will, and host a garden event or community gathering. Our open hours are weather permitting and depends entirely on VOLUNTEERS. Garden volunteer days are most Saturdays. Free training is provided to volunteers.If you are interested in becoming a RING VOLUNTEER, click here to learn of volunteer opportunities and to fill out the Volunteer online form.
To become a RING MEMBER, click here
Upcoming EventsSaturday, May 30th: RING will be hosting the 34th Precinct's Crime Prevention Event
Saturday, June 6th - Art in the Garden (Rain date: June 13) Come out for Art, Music, and Fun!
Join the RING Board
Have you been a member for a little while (or a long while) and wanted to help out in some way? We have openings in the RING Board now, and encourage you to come forward. Being a RING Board member means that you have a larger role in deciding what goes on at RING, for example, what we plant, what events we have, what we buy, how we raise funds, and how we communicate with RINGers and those from the outside. RING can't survive without volunteers. We need you please give it some thought and if you have ANY questions, hit me with them. E-mail Maggie Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit – Contact RING
The RING garden is located at the confluence of Riverside Drive, Broadway, Dyckman Street (200th) and Seaman Avenue in the Inwood section of Upper Manhattan, New York City. E-mail email@example.com to contact Maggie Clarke.
SponsorsWe are grateful to following businesses and organizations for their support: Broadyke Meat Market
Want to be a certified RING Gardener? RING Needs more Members to know the ropes, and we’re happy to teach you!
Maggie and Alison will be conducting free training in several aspects of gardening this Spring
Planting and Transplanting
Early and late spring weeds
March 28 through May 30
Want to be a part of it? Just give Maggie or Alison a call.
Alison – 212-567-0195
Maggie – 212-567-8272