Meet your neighbors and share your ideas for a sustainable, resilient Peekskill.
The Peekskill Sustainability Network is a platform for bringing likeminded Peekskill residents and stakeholders together to discuss, plan, and implement grassroots projects aimed at strengthening our community’s resiliency and sustainability. We also exist to amplify and support existing projects and campaigns taking place in the city and region, and to connect residents with educational resources.
Whether you are interested in food production, energy, land use, decarbonization, or mutual aid, we want to hear from you. Click here to read our founding statement, then register to join our Forum and start sharing ideas.
Micro-Nurseries / Spring 2021
Have extra seedlings? Don’t compost them — give them to your neighbors! Consider hosting a micro-nursery on your property this spring and share the plant wealth with the city. Click here for instructions and a free sign template you can use.
Planning on hosting a micro-nursery? Fill out this short form with some basic info (seedlings available, location, hours) and we’ll share it on our map.
2021 Food Donation Pilot Program – Registration is now CLOSED!
A big thank you to everyone who’s signed up for this first season of the Start A Garden / Feed Your Neighbors project! Registration is now closed and we are no longer able to provide seeds – HOWEVER, if you have your own seeds / plants and would still like to contribute to our donations program, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know!
Registration for the 2022 season will start in Autumn 2021 – check back here then!
Background Images: “Peekskill NY” by cgc76 is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0; “Peekskill Flatiron” by joseph a is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0; “View Of Peekskill By Régis-François Gignoux” is taken from Wikimedia Commons.