462 Halsey Community Farm is open to members year-round and to the general public from April 1st to October 31st (unless otherwise specified for projects or events).
Monday thru Saturday 8am-8pm Sunday 9am-6pm
Safe Space Policy
462 Halsey Community Farm is an inclusive neighborhood space. We strive to be a safe and welcoming space for everyone who comes into the garden. Members and visitors of 462 Halsey Community Farm will constructively confront and stop any oppressive behavior or language. The following behaviors will not be tolerated at 462 Halsey:
Violence of any kind
Hateful and discriminatory language
Sexual Harassment / Catcalling
Discrimination based on: race, ethnicity or culture; sexual orientation; gender or gender identity; age; ability; economic/social class; religion
462 Halsey Community Farm is a healing place for neighborhood residents to grow together. Grow food, grow friends, grow community. Growth is a deliberate action that begins with getting to know and respect each other. Everyone coming to the 462 Halsey is wonderful, unique, full of potential and deserving of respect and safety. Failure to comply with this policy may result in removal from the farm.
The 462 Halsey Community Farm is a public area. The possession and/or consumption of an open container of alcohol by any person is illegal in the City of New York and will not be tolerated in the garden.
As in all of New York City’s parks and playground, there is no smoking on the grounds of 462 HCG.
Household pets are not allowed to roam free in the garden. All pets must be contained in a carrier or restrained on a leash and accompanied by their owner. Failure to comply will result in removal of animal from the premises and termination of membership. Please clean up after your pet by carrying out all pet waste — never put pet waste in the compost bins!
The 462 Halsey has a composting area and members are encouraged to bring their kitchen scraps and yard waste materials to the garden to be composted — but please do NOT add materials to any of the compost bins unless you are a member of the compost team. There are labeled, designated containers to put food scraps and other compostable materials in.