The annual conference featured keynote speaker Tony Hillery, Harlem Grown, founder and executive director, and youth speaker Kadiatou Ba who has been involved with Harlem Grown since its inception five years ago.
Harlem Grown garners praise from local community and Foodtank.com for their role in enacting and inspiring change in the Harlem community.
NYCService.org features Harlem Grown as an excellent place to lend a helping hand...preferably with a green thumb attached.
Tony Hillary, Founder of Harlem Grown, takes action to protect Harlem Grown and those it serves.
Huffington Post details the ambitious start of Harlem Grown and how it has grown to uplift and empower the Harlem community.
Price Waterhouse Cooper, one of Harlem Grown's biggest supporters, features a video about Harlem Grown's mission to inspire the youth of Harlem to lead more healthy and ambitious lives.
Harlem kids who were eating Twix bars for lunch are now eating fresh greens -- food that they and their mothers are growing through Harlem Grown.
DNAinfo writes about our newest program initiative for the hydroponic greenhouse. Harlem Grown is hiring unemployed school mother's to work at the Greenhouse. We are growing baby lettuces, collards, and other greens - sustaining the Harlem food system AND sustaining local families!