Bushwick City Farm

Since 2011, the Stockton Street location of Bushwick City Farm (BCF) has been a great benefit to the local community by providing free organic food, youth education, a demographic-spanning gathering place, and a green oasis in a densely urban area.

The farm is now facing sudden eviction by the land owner, who wants to develop the land.

Please sign the petition to help save this crucial neighborhood resource, or consider letting us contact local goverment on your behalf via our form.

Looking to help?

Help us save the farm and make your voice heard!

Reach out to local government via our petition and fill out the form below so we can send a letter to the city on your behalf.

Who are we reaching out to?

Eric Adams

Brooklyn Borough President
Borough Hall
209 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Robert E Cornegy Jr.

City Councilmember
1360 Fulton Street, Suite 500
Brooklyn, NY 11216

Letitia James


NYC Public Advocate
1 Centre Street, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10007

Erik M. Dilan


State Assemblyman
366 Cornelia St
Brooklyn, NY 11237

Martin Malave Dilan


State Senator
3215 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11208

Bill DeBlasio


City Hall
New York, NY 10007

Lend us your voice!

Fill out the form below and we will personally print and send a real letter (signed by you!) via the US Postal Service to a local city offical. All we need is your name (address is optional) - we will do the rest!

Once your name has been attached to a letter and mailed, your personal information will be deleted - we do not intend to use your information for any purpose other than sending this letter.

Please feel free to add to the letter if you like, or simply leave it as is. Here is the letter in full:

Hello, my name is (your name here).

I live in Brooklyn and I'm a constituent who votes. I am writing to express my support for Bushwick City Farm, which is facing eviction in Brooklyn.

The farm located in Bedford Stuyvesant at 354 Stockton St is an essential part of the community. The farm provides fresh eggs and produce for free, is a safe place for young people to play and learn and serves as a gathering and meeting space for residents of many different ages, backgrounds and interests.

Please do everything you can to help this group stay in their current space so that they can continue to support and contribute to our neighborhood.

One specific request we have is that your office would make an official statement of support for our project which we can provide to media.

We would also like to invite you to speak at our upcoming celebratory BBQ on Sunday August 27th at 5 PM.

Thank you!

Fill out the form below to send a letter
and help save Bushwick City Farm!

We will do all the hard work - all we need is your name and support!

Send A Letter

Half of the City Council is up for re-election in September of this year - make your voice heard!

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