NEW RESTAURANT WASTE LAWS

NEW RESTAURANT WASTE LAWS

Our friends over at Neighbors Allied for Good Growth originally published this on their website a few days ago about the new restaurant waste laws. It’s very informative for those who work in the hospitality industry, or for customers who are interested in learning how their food is disposed of. Click here for the original story…

Our Favorite Greenpoint Parks

Our Favorite Greenpoint Parks

  To say that New York City suffers from a lack of available open space would be a massive understatement. Despite its location in the concrete jungle, Greenpoint is fortunate enough to contain a plethora of open and green spaces within its borders in the forms of parks. In New York especially, parks serve as… Read More

Bushwick Inlet Park Advocates Want Their Park

Bushwick Inlet Park Advocates Want Their Park

  We couldn’t be more proud that our community’s efforts to urge the city to develop the park that we were promised 10 years ago. From the camp out to gaining media attention in the NY Times, more people are joining our cause. The site owner, Norman Brodsky, did let the city’s $100 million offer… Read More

Rally at City Hall to Save Bushwick Inlet Park Tomorrow (Mon, 8/8, 11AM)

Rally at City Hall to Save Bushwick Inlet Park Tomorrow (Mon, 8/8, 11AM)

This story was originally published on Greenpointers. Click here to read the original story. The city is just 11 acres away from fulfilling its promise to deliver all 27 acres of Bushwick Inlet Park and made a $100 million offer to purchase the final piece needed on June 9th. Two days later, owner Norm Brodsky officially refused the offer… Read More

ECO HERO: OSA’S JOE MAYOCK

ECO HERO: OSA’S JOE MAYOCK

At first glance, Joe Mayock appears to be the classic outdoor activist. He is bursting with energy, passionate about the environment, and more than willing to put in the long volunteer hours. However, the Executive Director of the Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn’s (OSA) path to the world of park conservancy has been far… Read More