Harlem Grown Founder, Tony Hillery, honored in Aetna’s 2014 African American History Calendar (Click Here to See Full Profile)

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Each year, Aetna releases the annual African American History Calendar to honor and celebrate African American men and women who are transforming their communities. Harlem Grown Founder, Tony Hillery, is showcased in the 33rd annual calendar as Aetna highlights his work to create a thriving urban farm and high impact community-based nonprofit.



Harlem Grown Hiring School Moms to Grow Lettuces in

Greenhouse (Click Here to Read Full Article) greenhouse

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!



NY1′s Cheryl Wills Visits Harlem Grown (Click Here To Read Full Article)

Some of our fifth graders are heading to the White House to show the First Lady how we get  green in Harlem! So NY1 wanted to see how we get our hands dirty and the garden that helped us punch there tickets to the White House. Visits Harlem Grown. Yummy! (Click Here To Read Full Article) 

Our own, Tony Hillery tells Emma Laperruque about how Harlem Grown is helping to transforming the Manhattan neighborhood.