Assemblyman Joseph R. Lentol


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



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




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


Transition North Brooklyn

United States Environmental Protection Agency

Wearable Collections



FREE Outdoor Movies 2018

FREE Outdoor Movies 2018

There’s no better way to enjoy our beautiful public parks than to catch an outdoor summer movie. It’s a perfect excuse to grab your family and friends, pack a picnic basket and spread a community blanket.  And lucky us!  We have a full schedule of summer movies to choose from right here in our neighborhood…

P.S. 31’s No Idling Campaign

P.S. 31’s No Idling Campaign

Inspired by the Eco-Schools USA Healthy Schools Pathway and with the goal of improving air quality in the community, all four Greenpoint Eco-Schools (P.S. 31, P.S. 34, P.S. 110 and M.S. 126) launched No Idling campaigns this spring semester. Idling vehicles contribute to air pollution which is linked to asthma, allergies, and other serious health… Read More

Eco Hero: Mara Moss

Eco Hero: Mara Moss

How Do You Color New York City? When I was a child, nature meant an impossible wildness, the pinnacle of beauty and wonder and isolation. To be in nature meant to be in the deepest forest, the Amazon — nothing short of a natural wonder. My mother’s garden, the huge oak trees in our front yard, the… Read More

Let’s Festival!

Let’s Festival!

A Primer for our 11th annual Go Green! BK Festival Now in its 11th year, the GoGreen BK! Festival offers the North Brooklyn communities a chance to get out into our best and biggest park (McCarren Park), learn about the world that surrounds us, and explore how we might all help shoulder the task of… Read More

Meet the Exhibitors

Meet the Exhibitors

A selection of participants in this year’s GoGreen BK! Festival The DNA of the average festival has more in common with a party than a market.  By this, I mean that festivals are social affairs first and foremost; places where communities of interest gather to expand their networks face-to-face, and meet others engaged in similar… Read More