Summer 2018 is in full swing and this may be the most comprehensive month of outdoor art installations launching we've seen in New York City ever.
Swale, the floating forageable food forest that has visited sites all around NYC's waterfront in the last few years is at Pier 4 of the Brooklyn Army Terminal.
The Floating Food Forest, Swale, is back and will dock at the Brooklyn Army Terminal from May – July, 2018. Join a tour with founder Mary Mattingly!
Swale, floating food forest will dock from May to June at the Brooklyn Army Terminal and will be open on the weekends. Get a free tour with founder Mary Mattingly!
Swale aims to educate and empower New Yorkers about fresh food – and the best part is that you can pick the food aboard the floating food forest for free!
Swale in Concrete Plant Park in the Bronx. Image courtesy Swale. Remember Swale, the floating farm in the works for New York
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Swale, a floating edible forest barge is possibly coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park and other locations in NYC this summer with programmed events and free food.