Five Borough Farm Phase II is a project of the Design Trust for Public Space, in partnership with the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, to strengthen and expand urban agriculture in New York City.
Video by Design Trust Video Fellows Chris Englese & Ryan Kerrison of Allied Production House.

The third installment of the video series documents the Five Borough Farm's project approach to data collection. The video features farmers, gardeners and Design Trust Outreach Fellows ruminating on the reasons why NYC's growers should collect data, what types of data are meaningful to them, and the current challenges in measuring the diverse impacts of their work. Many thanks go to the contributors on this video, listed below in order of appearance:

Elizabeth Bee Ayer
Co-Farm Manager & Program Director, The Youth Farm at the High School for Public Service

Molly Culver
Co-Farm Manager & Field Trip Coordinator, The Youth Farm at the High School for Public Service

David Vigil
Youth Program Director, East New York Farms!

Traci Nottingham
Master Gardener, Prospect Heights Community Farm

Mara Gittleman
Program Director, Farming Concrete
Community Gardener, Prospect Heights Community Farm

Liz Barry + Phil Silva
Outreach Fellows, Design Trust for Public Space

Major support for Five Borough Farm is provided by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Merck Family Fund and the David Rockefeller Fund.

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