The Ultimate Compost Guide: Sure Fire Ways to Improve Plant Growth

The Ultimate Compost Guide: Sure Fire Ways to Improve Plant Growth

Adapted from: Original blog post written by Amelia Robinson and can be found here               Vibrant and colorful flowers. Plump and sweet vegetables. Fresh green leaves. Robust and nutrient-filled roots and stems. Healthy seeds that can yield hale and hearty new sprouts. These are the descriptions of a perfect…

Good.Clean.Fun. In McCarren Park!

Good.Clean.Fun. In McCarren Park!

Good.Clean.Fun. was invited by Open Space Alliance to co-sponsor a community-based clean-up and leaf raking day on Saturday, January 28th. As the winter season treks on, it is important to make sure that leaf coverage stays to a minimum in order for the ground and grass to flourish come winter. Good.Clean.Fun. came to the rescue… Read More

What Does It Mean for a School to Be Green?

What Does It Mean for a School to Be Green?

By Fran Agnone, Sustainability Coach and Students from PS 110 The Monitor School In the midst of Pizza Day in the cafeteria at PS 110 The Monitor School, I was able to pull students away from their slices and ask them to reflect on the school’s greening efforts. As Sustainability Coach at the school, one… Read More

New York City’s Outdated Garbage System

New York City’s Outdated Garbage System

How Greenpoint and North Brooklyn are fighting for cleaner air-one truck at a time Hey Go Green family! It’s Allison here, bringing you some environmental justice scoop.  My last post took us back in time through discussing industrial history in Greenpoint focusing specifically on lead contamination as a result of old paint, pipes and diesel… Read More