We envision a model community school that inspires resiliency, holistic sustainability, and personal responsibility.

The James Baldwin Outdoor Learning Center transforms the grounds of DeWitt Clinton High School into a destination for learning, growing, health, and community.

In the "Community Hub", neighbors, students, parents, educators, and friends will connect and engage in permaculture practices in the ethos of social, environmental, and food justice.

The "School Hub" will be a versatile education and garden space including "The Welcome Table".
Let's think of these as opportunities to celebrate, learn about, love and labor for our trees, our garden community and one another.
10th Annual Harvest Celebration and Ceremony
featuring Roman Guaraguaorix (RedHawk) Perez, Kacike (Chief) for Maisiti Yukayeke Taino (a tribe of the Taino Nation)

Thursday, October 17th, 3:30 to Dusk at Meg's Garden (intersection of Goulden and Sedgwick on the DeWitt Clinton High School Campus, 100 West Mosholu Parkway, So., Bronx, NY 10468)
Music featuring Dawn Sotello and the DWC Chorus and others ++ plus ++ Fun Garden Activities, plenty of Place Based Food, Local Market with Teens For Food Justice and Garden Community
Harvest Celebration with Tree Love and Canning Demonstration
Saturday, October 19th, 11 to 3 pm at Meg's Garden (intersection of Goulden and Sedgwick on the DeWitt Clinton High School Campus, 100 West Mosholu Parkway, So., Bronx, NY 10468)
We'll make our Place Based Garden Soup on the spot while we care for neighborhood street trees and beautify our village ++ plus ++ Canning Demo with Ai Hirashiki of Farm School NYC and Garden Community
We are official food scrap drop-off site

Our compost site is accesible 24/7. Please save and bring kitchen food scraps including tea bags, coffee ground, egg shells and also wilted flowers, dead plants including the soil although meat, fish, cheese and any dairy products are not currently acceptable.

| Learn Easy Composting
Garden Open Hours
Thursday 3 to dusk
Saturday 9 am to 4 pm
Sunday 4:30 pm to dusk
James Baldwin Outdoor Learning Center at 2018 Municipal Art Society's Summit for New York City Innovation Exhibition, being held at Inside Park at St. Bart's, on Tuesday, October 9, next door to the Summit program at St. Bart's Church.

Here's what has been said about us: "Of the many incredible submissions that are empowering individuals to shape their built environment, our jury of Urbanist Members were particularly impressed with your project, Another Country/The James Baldwin Outdoor Learning Center on the Campus of DeWitt Clinton High School."
AFTER - THANK YOU all the urbanists who participated the event, especially those who came to our table and showed interests in what we are doing and supported us and our outdoor programs.
And big thanks to our team for a stunning presentation! The combination of tactile artifacts and story handouts, so elegantly formatted was such a strong reminder of where we have come and where we are going!
From the MAS innovation exhibition; here, one of the visitors is trying our garden grown ground cherry, whose papery soft-colored semitransparent shell is used to make Communal-Groud Cherry- Upcycling- Shadowbox Project. All photos by Vladimir Weinstein
our presentation; as you might be able to see, we had several handouts, most of them had accompanying artifacts including 90 year old oak tree wedge.
1. Another Country/James Baldwin Outdoor Learning Center
2. Apple Sauce Muffin
3. Welcome Table
4. Magpie
5. Food Kiosk
Communal - Ground Cherry - Upcycling - Shadowbox Project(we invited visitors to taste our garden grown ground cherry and upcycle its shell to make an interesting object by placing it inside the shadowbox using homemade flour glue(recipe)).
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