Organizations

61 Franklin Street Community Garden

Audubon New York

City Parks Foundation

East River State Park

Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park

Friends of McCarren Park

GrowNYC

GWAPP

Million Trees NYC

New York Restoration Project

NYC Parks & Recreation

NYC Parks & Recreation – GreenThumb

Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn

The Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund

The McGolrick Park Neighborhood Alliance

The North Brooklyn Boat Club

TOWN SQUARE

Events

Stories

Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund showcases progress in second annual Open House

Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund showcases progress in second annual Open House

Reprinted from our friends at the Brooklyn Daily Eagle (By Andy Katz | October 16, 2017).  By late afternoon at Monsignor McGolrick Park on Oct. 14, people were packing up displays, folding charts, placing live organic samples carefully into transport containers, wiping down binoculars, stacking trays of plants, upending long tables and folding their legs…

Taking Care of Lentol Garden

Taking Care of Lentol Garden

By Beatrice Chalkley with an introduction from Sustainability Coach, Fran Agnone.   On Monday, July 31,  Lentol Garden- a community garden located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn opened its gates to the families from PS 110 The Monitor School for a morning of planting, watering, and exploring.  While most families pass Lentol Garden as they go about their… Read More

Planting Daffodils in City Sidewalk Tree Pits (and The Daffodil Project)

Planting Daffodils in City Sidewalk Tree Pits (and The Daffodil Project)

New York City’s The Daffodil Project is simply amazing.  It was founded in 2001 as a living memorial to September 11. This year, almost 7 MILLION free free bulbs were donated citywide to be planted in public places. It is one of the largest volunteer efforts in the city’s history. Here’s an except from their website as to… Read More

Lead Project Moving Forward

Lead Project Moving Forward

As you know from this past year of emails, workshops, events and educational material– North Brooklyn has an excess of lead in our soil. We are thankful to the Greenpoint Community Environmental Foundation who awarded us the grant and made all of our work possible.  As Allison Currier, NAG’s Environmental Community Organizer, ends her time with NAG, she’s… Read More