Organizations

Assemblyman Joseph R. Lentol

BK ROT

Brooklyn Botanic Garden – NYC Compost Project hosted

Brooklyn Public Library

Center for Educational Innovation

Council Member Stephen Levin

El Puente Green Light District

Eyebeam Atelier – GCEF Project – Soil Cycle: A Mobile Compost Initiative

Greenpoint Monitor Museum

Groundswell

GrowNYC

Harbor School

Human Impacts Institute

In Our Backyards, Inc.

Lower East Side Ecology Center

National Wildlife Federation – Eco-Schools USA

Neighbors Allied for Good Growth

New York City Department of Environmental Protection

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene – The Brooklyn District Public Health Office

New York Road Runners

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

New York State Senator Daniel L. Squadron

New York State Senator Martin Malavé Dilan

North Brooklyn Compost Project

NYC Department of Sanitation – Bureau of Recycling and Sustainability

NYC Parks & Recreation – Partnership for Parks / City Parks Foundation

OKO FARMS

Partners

Recycle-A-Bicycle

Safe Kids NYC – Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn and the Bronx

Sierra Club

St. Nicks Alliance

The Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund

The Hudson River Foundation

The Newtown Creek Group

The North Brooklyn Boat Club

The People’s Firehouse

The Research Foundation of the City University of New York

The Riders Alliance

TOWN SQUARE

Transition North Brooklyn

United States Environmental Protection Agency

Wearable Collections

Events

Stories

Eco-Schools Journal

Litter Bugs and Lady Bugs at PS 31 By Alison Schuettinger, NWF Greenpoint Eco-Schools Sustainability Coach @ PS 31 P.S. 31 had its first ever student – based Earth Day Assembly where we celebrated all the sustainability focused work students are doing in and outside of the classroom at PS 31. We kicked off the…

CSA Cliff Notes

CSA Cliff Notes

Finding Your Way to Fresh and Sustainable By Emily Gallagher (This article originally appeared in the Greenpoint Star) With the nice weather and trees in blossom, it’s time to get excited for the bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables! While this is a nice thought, if you shop at the average grocery store, it’s likely… Read More

Dead Horse Bay

Dead Horse Bay

An Urban Travelogue by Jamie Hook; Photos by Conrad Tomasaitis Dead Horse Bay in Brooklyn in New York is a poem, a stink, a grating noise, a quality of light, a tone, a habit, a nostalgia, a dream.  Dead Horse Bay is the gathered and the scattered; perfume bottles,old cans, dolls heads, comb teeth, broken… Read More

Why I Sweep

Why I Sweep

Reclaiming our waterfronts by Lisa Bloodgood (This article orignially appeared at Riverkeeper.org) Years ago — but not quite a decade — I remember writing an email to an anonymous email account at Riverkeeper asking how I could be involved in the advocacy work around the Hudson, even though I lived in North Brooklyn and my… Read More

Arbor Day Confidential

Arbor Day Confidential

J. Sterling Morton and the Birth of America’s Tree-planting Holiday Not many things come to us from Nebraska, but  Arbor Day does. First celebrated in that tree-starved state in 1872, what we have come to embrace as our national tree-planting holiday was the work of journalist J. Sterling Morton, a flatlander from Detroit who, together… Read More