Let’s get to it! (COVID-19 Update 4/15/2020)

We are here because of you. We are here for you.

The strength of KNOX rests in each of you and your efforts as volunteers, gardeners, donors, and most of all connectors. Our focus is using horticulture to engage the entire community and right now we all need each other! Now is the time to connect in new ways to share ideas, knowledge, and resources. Getting outside and getting your hands in the dirt can help you and our neighbors. Here are some ways we can do it.

Get into a KNOX Garden. If you would like to grow food for yourself KNOX can help provide space, seeds, soil, and know-how. If you would like to grow food for others you can volunteer in a KNOX garden-we are partnered with Foodshare to help get fresh produce to people quickly! Click here to hear more about the opportunity!

Donate money. It costs KNOX approximately $150 a year to maintain and manage each garden plot. Your gift today will help get us growing! Despite a lot of uncertainty with our normal funding, we are moving forward together. Your support matters!

Donate supplies. With new regulations for community gardens KNOX needs to provide hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, and soap within each of our 20 gardens. If you have extra we can put them to good use keeping growers safe. There is an especially high need for wipes and hand sanitizer.

Create a giving garden. If you have space of your own to garden we would love to support your efforts to grow food. That could mean seeds, strategies from other gardeners, garden layouts, and easy ways to donate food to the people who need it most. Let us know how we can hep!

Spread the word. However you choose to get involved, let people know! We are a growing organization and welcome the opportunity to meet new people (virtually) and help them get involved. You can tag us on facebook @knoxinc and on Instragram and Twitter @KNOXHartford. 

Share your tips. The strength of KNOX lies in the collective wisdom and experience of our entire community. Be a part of the conversation-share your successes and struggles and know that you are not alone.

We hope you are well and would love to hear from you! If you are interested in learning more about KNOX’s operations during COVID-19, they are provided below.

KNOX Operations Update

Our staff remains busy, however, like many non-profit organizations KNOX has needed to cut back on staff hours and expenses. We hope to return to full strength as soon as possible to accelerate these ideas. In compliance with restrictions from the state our offices are closed to outside visitors with many staff working remotely. Staff is still available by e-mail and phone and we are working together to be as responsive as we can.

KNOX has always believed that the people of Hartford have the ability to solve the problems we are facing. COVID-19 calls on us all to dig a little deeper-but we believe that we can do it by coming together. KNOX has partnered with the Connecticut Department of Agriculture to be sure our gardens are open and safe for growing fresh food. KNOX staff has planted thousands of seeds with an eye towards donating both plants and produce in partnership with Foodshare and other partners. We are also encouraging gardeners, farmers and volunteers to grow extra this year to share with our neighbors. 

Our new volunteer program matches available garden space, volunteers, and high-yield growing plans to boost the amount of fresh produce available in the places it is needed the most. KNOX is also seeking support to offer garden scholarships to people who have lost their jobs or struggle to find employment. 

Beyond our gardens the KNOX Green Crew has been providing essential services related to landscaping and green infrastructure, as well as cultivating plants for our KNOX city planters. We look forward to a return to new projects that include working with volunteer groups to plant trees and add beauty to Hartford neighborhoods—but those projects are on hold for now, until restrictions from social distancing ease.

You don’t have to wait! We can come together today and if we do tomorrow will be a little better and lot greener.


KNOX COVID-19 Response (March 18, 2020)

All of us at KNOX recognize the importance working together to respond to COVID-19. Based on the guidelines set forth, KNOX offices are closed to the public, however KNOX staff members remain hard at work.

To provide you with our best service, please email us directly with your inquiries and requests. For your convenience, please find the email addresses of our staff below. If you want a call back, please provide the best call back number within your e-mail.

Two important notes:

• KNOX will not be hosting events until further notice.

• We are still accepting garden applications (by mail), however opening dates and garden access may be effected by the recommendations of health and government officials. If you are interested in garden space, please contact Kyle to register for space.

If you have ideas for how KNOX can better serve the community through this time, you can submit them to patrickd@knoxhartford.org. Please note that before taking action, KNOX must vet ideas with others to ensure they are not disruptive to overall efforts to address the outbreak of COVID-19.

As an organization driven to bring our community together, following the guidelines set forth by the CDC and the White House can feel like a struggle. These decisions have been made in an effort to balance the safety and security of our community, the safety and security of staff, and our mission to serve people throughout Hartford.

We are all in this together and we encourage you to find appropriate ways to support one another, and to get your fingers in the dirt.

Contact information is provided below to help direct your inquiries.

Gardens and Greenhouse Space: Kyle; kyleb@knoxhartford.org

Job Application (including Golf Courses): Chris; christopherg@knoxhartford.org; (Application available at: https://www.knoxhartford.org/about-knox/employment-opportunities/)

Volunteer Projects: Kim; kimberlyb@knoxhartford.org

KNOX City Planters: Patrick; patrickd@knoxhartford.org

KNOX Farmers/Farming Program: Chris; Christopherg@knoxhartford.org

Existing Landscape/Snow Removal Customers: Craig; craigm@knoxhartford.org

New Landscape Inquiries: Nancy; nancyr@knoxhartford.org

Grants & Donations: Maria; mariab@knoxhartford.org

Environmental Education: Lauren; laurenl@knoxhartford.org 

All other matters: Patrick; patrickd@knoxhartford.org

Canopy Campaign Update

October was a busy month planting trees in Hartford with both new and long-time tree champions through the KNOX Canopy Campaign. For example, both TD Bank and Travelers provided volunteer power and funding to plant more than 100 trees this month! You can learn more and see them in action in this video and these pictures. Additionally, the KNOX Green Crew has been busy planting trees in Hartford through contract work as well as the support of generous donors. All told KNOX planted over 175 trees in October! It is inspiring to see the entire community rally around trees and the Urban Tree Canopy.

In addition to planting trees, KNOX joined the Hartford Tree Advisory Commission, the City of Hartford Office of Sustainability, Keney Park Sustainability Project, the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection on October 19 for a Tree Appreciation event. At the event trees were planted outside the Good Shepherd Garden with the Mayor’s Youth Service Corps, saplings were given away to city residents, and KNOX worked with Mr. Timber to teach kids how to be terrific tree tenders.

Through the Canopy Campaign KNOX is on pace to plant nearly 400 trees—and building momentum for even more next year. Unfortunately, the challenges of climate change have highlighted the importance of our work planting trees and the value of the tree canopy. We know trees improve air quality, conserve energy, mitigate runoff from storm water, and reduce carbon dioxide. In 2015 KNOX and the city of Hartford partnered with American Forests to better understand our urban forest and to guide its management and restoration. That research along with community partnerships help guide KNOX’s planning for planting trees.

Thank you to the individual donors, the Hartford, Hartford Decides, SINA, AHNA, TD Bank, the Arbor Day Foundation, ShopRite, Travelers, American Forests, Community Solutions, and the city of Hartford for stepping up to help restore Hartford’s Urban Tree Canopy. KNOX values the ability of nature to bring us together. As we close this year’s Canopy Campaign we look forward to seeing how we can continue to grow Hartford together.

Making an Impact with Environmental Education

Students from Impact Academy are digging KNOX. This month, a group of vibrant high schoolers helped prepare the pollinator bed at our new community garden on Sigourney Street. To start our day, we discussed the need for pollinators and their importance to garden health. The goal of this activity was to provide opportunities for young adults to get involved in the local community. Impact Academy students did such a great job in preparing the soil for the pollinator beds that it was ready for younger students involved with KNOX to use. Their efforts represent the purpose of KNOX’s partnership with Impact Academy, which is to provide students with unique opportunities and learning experiences.

KNOX, started this fruitful partnership with Impact Academy last spring. During their Urban Farming class, we worked with Friends of Pope Park to support student investigations about water, discuss plant health and teach basic garden techniques. The fresh produce grown was donated to families living in the Parkville community.

This year, students will participate in service-learning opportunities in neighborhoods served by Knox. In addition, KNOX will collaborate to plan and help implement a five-week spring program to help students to grow more of their own produce.

Impact Academy “works to help students grow by identifying and building upon their strengths and interests, and by striving to ensure that learning is always relevant to them.” The Environmental Education program at KNOX encourages youth interest in horticulture and motivates them to engage in environmental stewardship.

We are very grateful for the opportunity to work with Impact Academy students and to encourage them to have a personal relationship with their local environment.

UTC, Engineers Without Borders, and Hartford High School Install Rainwater Harvesting System at KNOX’s Community Garden

On Friday, September 20th, 2019, over 40 volunteers from United Technologies Corporation (UTC), Engineers Without Borders, and Hartford High School joined KNOX staff to enhance KNOX’s new Hudson Street Community Garden. Volunteers installed a rainwater harvesting system on the garden’s gazebo to supply water for the site’s raised garden beds. Gregory Hayes, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of UTC, worked alongside volunteers as they built two 300L water catchment containers to collect the water. Their efforts will significantly reduce the cost of watering the garden – one of KNOX’s greatest on-going needs across the 23 community gardens they manage.

Volunteers further enhanced the garden by preparing its raised garden beds for the fall growing season. They will return to the site later this fall to install two park benches and a picnic table. These new additions will provide space for community gardeners and visitors to relax and connect with one another. Volunteers will also build and install an additional 18 raised garden beds, enabling more Hartford residents to grow healthy produce for their families.  

Volunteers From UTC, Hartford High School, and Engineers Without Borders in the Hudson Street Garden. (UTC Chairman & CEO, Gregory Hayes at right)

This project is directly increasing access to healthy, affordable food for the Hartford community. KNOX manages and maintains 23 community gardens that enable over 400 Hartford families to grow their own produce locally. The high-quality foods from gardens like Hudson Street are a much-needed source of nutrition for people in the city. KNOX plans to continue to work with UTC and Engineers Without Borders to design and build rain catchment systems in other community gardens. Thanks to partners like UTC, Engineers Without Borders, and Hartford High School, Hudson Street Community Garden will serve the Hartford community for years to come.

5 Ways to Save the Bees

Adapted from Sean Woitas, GloryBee by KNOX Farm & Grounds Manager Chelsea Morrison

Our world’s food supply depends on honey bees. One of every three bites of our food originates from bees pollinating the flowers that produce our fruits, nuts, vegetables and even coffee–coffee production has been found to double when purposely pollinated by honey bees. Each one of us benefits from a healthy honey bee population. Honey bee populations have been declining for decades, (due to colony collapse disorder and other stressors) and they continue to struggle for survival. Honey bees are biological indicators, meaning that honey bee health reflects the general health of the environment. Bee losses are possibly a symptom of a much greater environmental problem. Some organizations and governments have taken steps to try to reverse the trend but it’s not enough.

Brian and his beehive at KNOX. Photo by David Cappaert.

Did you know KNOX has a bee colony on site? Our farm program has partnered with a local community member who keeps his bees at KNOX to help pollinate our crops and provide Hartford-grown honey to the community. To learn more, contact Chelsea Morrison, KNOX’s Farm & Grounds Manager.

Here are 5 things you can do to help Save the Bee:

1) Rethink the manicured lawn. Not only is spraying toxic weed-killers bad for the environment, but it also kills bees. Dandelions are a great weed to have on the lawn — the bees will thank you and so will your lawn.
2) Support your local community gardens! The bees loves these places. Community gardens also help to improve air and soil quality, as well as provide the community with fresh food that doesn’t need to be trucked-in. Read more about KNOX’s community gardens.
3)No Spray! Don’t use toxic chemicals designed to kill weeds and pests. If using a toxic (non-organic) weed killer or pesticide, think about how this might fuel the decline of the honey bee population.
4)A no-kill solution to bee removal. Contact your local beekeeping association and ask about humane removal, or find more info by going to: https://glorybee.com/blog/5-practical-tips-to-help-save-the-bees/
5) Support your local bee keepers! Buy honey locally, it’s cheap, and it cuts down on large companies who manufacture this honey and are not concerned about the treatment of their bees or quality of their honey. Local honey is great for your health, can help improve local allergies and is full of protein-packed bee pollen and enzymes. KNOX has bees on-site during the spring, summer, and fall. Stop by for a visit!

AARP Community Challenge Program Helps KNOX Renovate Community Garden

By Lindsay White, Advancement Associate/Grant Writer

KNOX, a key partner in improving the city of Hartford since its founding in 1966, was one of only 88 non-profit organizations in the United States to be selected as a first-ever AARP Community Challenge recipient. The grant program is part of AARP’s nationwide Livable Communities initiative that aims to create change and improve quality of life in communities across the nation for people of all ages. With the funding, KNOX is rebuilding Broad Street Community Garden’s 22 raised garden beds to make them more accessible for children, the handicapped, and the elderly. KNOX is also repairing a fence, installing a picnic bench, and adding a shaded umbrella area for gardeners and visitors to rest. The projects will enable the community to actively participate in making Hartford a more livable community. In addition, it will reestablish enthusiasm for gardening at this site, increasing the many benefits it provides to community gardeners and the families they touch.

KNOX’s community gardening program directly provides healthy, affordable food for the residents of Hartford. KNOX manages and maintains 20 community gardens, providing over 400 families with local, affordable, pesticide-free food while building environmental responsibility and community self-reliance. The high-quality foods from these gardens are a much-needed source of nutrition for the city’s low-income families. Many Hartford residents suffer from food insecurity, often going for long periods of time without adequate, nutritious food. KNOX’s community gardens resolve their hunger long-term by enabling them to grow healthy food they can afford.

As a multigenerational garden, Broad Street Community Garden enables children, parents, and grandparents to garden alongside one another. Three generations of families gather in this green space and will benefit from these much-needed renovations. Broad Street Community Garden is proof that community gardening is about more than just gardening; it brings people together, creating lasting friendships while providing families with healthy food they can afford.

With limited transportation options and corner stores on every block, many Hartford residents are forced into unhealthy eating and living situations. KNOX’s community gardens give residents the ability to grow their own food locally – an opportunity seldom seen in many cities. By caring for a plot in one of KNOX’s community gardens, residents learn how to grow their own fruits and vegetables. KNOX staff provide both new and experienced gardeners with helpful advice and free workshops that inform them about organic growing techniques. Residents notice the difference in taste and quality between the food they buy at corner stores and the produce from the gardens. These green spaces not only touch the lives of their many gardeners; they also inspire many neighborhood and visiting youth to eat locally-grown foods through educational programming and casual visits. Witnessing the abundance of fresh produce in these gardens enhances community self-reliance and empowers individuals of all ages to lead healthy, sustainable lives.

Residents gather in these green spaces around a common interest, connected to a diverse community that shares their goals. Many of KNOX’s community gardeners donate their produce to local food shelters, alleviating hunger for some of Hartford’s poorest residents. KNOX’s community gardens are about more than just gardening; they bring people together, creating lasting friendships while providing families with healthy, affordable food.

Already KNOX has transformed many of Hartford’s empty lots into productive gardens that feed the city’s low-income families. For instance, once a vacant lot popular with drug dealers, Broad Street Community Garden is now a safe haven for children, parents, and grandparents to garden alongside one another.

For a complete list of the winners and projects, visit aarp.org/CommunityChallenge.

New Trees along East Coast Greenway

By Lindsay White, Advancement Associate/Grant Writer

On October 4, 2017, volunteers from The Hartford joined KNOX staff at the Broad Street trail entrance to Bushnell Park to plant native, drought-resistant trees. Thanks to a $5,000 Keep America Beautiful/Lowe’s Community Partners Grant, these newly-planted trees enhance Hartford’s section of the East Coast Greenway, a multi-use pedestrian trail spanning from Florida to Maine. Volunteers successfully replaced five dead trees with trees that will thrive for years to come.

Many trees are already suffering as climate change raises temperatures and increases the occurrence of extreme weather conditions such as droughts. This project provided the Hartford community with trees that will flourish with the changing climate rather than die off shortly after being planted. As they develop, these trees will filter air pollution, collect storm water runoff, decrease greenhouse gas emissions, and reduce the urban heat island effect. In addition, they will beautify and enhance the park, provide wildlife habitat, and give off much-needed shade.

By removing the trail’s leafless, dead trees and replacing them with healthy ones, we added beauty and life to the area. These trees truly bring green back to the greenway, inviting passersby to explore the trail. Our Trees for Hartford Neighborhoods program works to reforest the city of Hartford by planting 20,000 trees in 20 years.

Veggie Gardening Tips

By Dave Gregorski, KNOX Community Member

Tomatoes – Blossom-end  Rot

   Caused by a deficiency in calcium/magnesium;  just as the first flower buds appear, soak the soil around each plant with a mild Epsom salt solution.  You can also, a month or two before transplanting, bury some crushed egg shells in the tomato bed.

Tomatoes – Earlier Ripening –   Remove suckers early…these are the short growths in the angle between the main stem and a main branch.


Tomato transplants – after the soil is warmed, transplant the tomato plants deeper, to just below the first set of genuine leaves.  Roots will form along the main stem, making for a stronger, healthier plant.

Tomato plant watering – even when mulched, the soil will dry quickly under the hot summer sun. Here’s a way to deliver water directly to the root zone. / Buy some golf club tubes (used to protect the grips) – the softer plastic ones will last longer than hard plastic.  Punch a couple of holes  around the circumference, 3-4 inches from the bottom.  Then bury the tube ~8 inches down, near the plant.  (The tube will probably need support.)  /  Every day or two, fill the tube to the top with water, once or more. Water should percolate/spread to where it’s needed most. If like me you plant plants in raised beds closer together than prescribed, you can space, e.g., two tubes for 3 plants.

Tomato ripening (on the vine) – as fall approaches, there will be tomatoes that are full-sized but still green; to speed up ripening when you can still maintain some flavor, cut back on watering…the plants will send their energy into the ripening process.  Also pick off any flowers and even tiny tomatoes.

Optimize sunlight – buy some white Styrofoam panels (used for home insulation projects);  support them on the north side, at an angle near the plants (taller-growing types), and/or line the soil underneath each plant. The reflected light enhances the growing process.

Squash Bug/Vine Borer (causes wilt then death of squash plant)

When the first flower buds appear (usually the male flowers), cut a strip of nylon sock/stocking about 2” wide by 10” long; wrap (completely cover) the plant stem from slightly below the dirt surface to several inches above;  the bug gets confused and will not lay her eggs on the lower stem.

Mexican Bean Beetle

Grow several  Royal Burgundy  bean plants among your green beans (including pole beans);  the purple bean plants repel the beetle (all my plantings are in beds, not rows).  Beans turn green when cooked.

Cucumber Beetle (causes wilt then death of plant)

Interplant other vine plants, like winter squash and melons; the mix of leaves may confuse the cuke beetle and they will leave your cuke plants alone.

Cutworm Collars (especially for brassicas…broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts)

Take the cardboard inside of a used-up toilet paper roll, and cut in thirds; surround the stems of very young plants starting at an inch below the dirt surface.

Warming Soil for Earlier Planting (early spring)

Cover tilled bed with clear plastic and secure (available in rolls from Home Depot, etc.); sun’s rays will penetrate and warm the soil, and weed seeds may sprout so the weeds  can be removed just before planting/transplanting  the bed.

Second Crop, Same Bed

Start seedlings of summer squash in pots; plant where lettuce and peas have finished providing (keep records for squash planting, to time the transplanting correctly). I plant my seeds June 1st.  I bury the pots in soil to slow drying out (be observant).  Also can plant carrot seeds in these beds..they should fully mature (I pick them just as the ground begins to freeze).

Slug Control  – While Orhto’s Bug Geta works, it’s more fun to:  load (and label!) a spray bottle with 50/50 water and household ammonia – will not harm plants; go on ‘slug patrol’ with a flashlight, spraying those slimers as you go…and watch them shrivel up. (I’ve seen at least 6 different kinds.)  And the nitrogen is a good  garden thing!

Bird Damage  –  Suspend unwanted CD’s on a string at appropriate height; flash will scare birds away.

Second crops – it works for me to plant carrot seeds when/where the lettuce is finished.  And summer squash in the radish, pea or broccoli beds (I start the squash seeds in quart-sized or larger containers – keep watered! – around the first week in June, and transplant when it’s time).   Also start a late crop of cabbage in containers around the first week in July. By late August/early September, there is usually a ‘tired’ plant  or two that can be pulled, opening up planting areas for the cabbage.

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