The Greenmarket held at McCarren Park is about to get a lot less green. The Brooklyn Paper reports that the the Parks Department will be relocating it from the park to the concrete of Union Avenue. Holding it at the park has caused damage to the grounds, with the farmers’ set-ups, as well as the high traffic of customers, turning grass into dirt. A Parks Department spokesman told the paper, “The grass is in very bad condition over there—very brown and compacted—so we’d like to spruce up that area by re-seeding the park’s entrance." The sellers are not enthused, however, saying, “We’re located at the most-trafficked area in this park. Moving us would disconnect the market from the rest of the park. It may be the end of this market." However, the new proposed location of Union Avenue between Bayard and Driggs isn't really that far away from their current locale.