In the city of Boston, Massachusetts there are a variety of local and non-profit organizations which own, promote and manage approximately 180 community gardens throughout the city. These organizations include the Boston Natural Areas Network (BNAN), Boston Nature Center of the Massachusetts Audubon Society, Boston Parks and Recreation Department, Boston Urban Gardeners (BUG), MA Department of Conservation and Recreation, Dorchester Gardenlands Preserve, ReVision House, and the South End Lower Roxbury Open Space Land Trust. In New York City, community gardens include the Floyd Bennett Garden Association in Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, the Tremont Community Garden, Bronx and the Petit Versailles garden on East Houston Street. The Esperanza Garden on East Seventh Street was razed in 2000. The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space in the East Village offers guided walking tours of the neighborhood's 39 community gardens. Begun in 1978 and still flourishing today, the Clinton Community Garden on W. 48th St. in Manhattan, became the first community garden in NYC to be transferred to permanent parkland status. Community gardens in New Jersey include the South Orange Community Garden.
1. North Charleston, South Carolina, 2014, CC
2. Delaware Agriculture, Delaware, 2012, CC
3. Steven Pisano, Brooklyn, New York, 2014, CC
4. Phillip Pessar, Miami, 2013, CC
5. Charley Lhasa, New York City, 2012, CC
6. Charley Lhasa, New York City, 2013, CC
Background: Stuart Phillipson, Central Park, New York City, 2015, CC