PHS In the News


November -- Could a garden tended by drug users be the thing that unites fractured Kensington?

KYW Newsradio -- It's years away, but planning and planting is underway for nation's 250th anniversary

Shelterforce -- Greening Vacant Lots: Low Cost, Big Effect in Philly

Philadelphia Magazine -- Philly Will Get 950 More Street Trees This Weekend

Next City -- Stormwater Greening Is Good for Business


WURD Radio – The WURD Reality Lounge with PHS Vision2027

Generocity -- In North Philadelphia, equitable community development requires community engagement

Philadelphia Style -- 7th Annual PHeaSt Fundraiser

KYW Newsradio -- What's Cooking on 1060: PHS hosts annual PHeaSt fundraiser

6ABC -- SEPTA riders get a floral surprise -- Philly neighbors collaborate to bring beauty and bounty to their alley


Voice of America -- Studies: More Green Space, Less Crime, Depression in Poor Areas

Philly Voice -- PHS's 2018 PHeaSt will feature food from Goldie, Townsend, Jose Pistola’s

Al Dia -- One year after Hurricane Maria: The long road to recovery

6ABC -- Farm for the City provides Philadelphia with fresh food and greenery

Philadelphia Business Journal -- World Cup of the floral industry coming to 2019 Philadelphia Flower Show


New Yorker -- The Other Side of Broken Windows, an excerpt from Places for the People by Eric Kinenberg

CityLab -- The Healing Potential of Turning Vacant Lots Green

Smart Cities -- Farm For The City Donates Produce to Broad Street Ministry, Combats Homelessness

KYW Newsradio -- What's Cooking on 1060: Gardening is good for your health

Mother Nature Network -- Even the smallest urban green spaces can have a big impact on mental health