Catching the Action from Go Green! Brooklyn Festival

Catching the Action from Go Green! Brooklyn Festival

This year’s Go Green! Brooklyn Festival was a huge success. Our exhibitors, artists, and attendees were out in full – showing off their talents, interests, and volunteering efforts. McCarren Park was the perfect backdrop for our festival, as our vendors came together to showcase our amazing community on a beautiful Brooklyn afternoon. We attracted the…

Annual Go Green! Festival Celebrates 10 Years

Annual Go Green! Festival Celebrates 10 Years

Originally written by Benjamin Fang Article can be found at: Greenpoint Star – Annual Go Green Festival celebrates 10 years Hundreds of community members joined dozens of exhibitors and partnering organizations Saturday at the 10th annual Go Green! Brooklyn Festival in McCarren Park. The annual event highlights local organizations, advocacy groups, and sustainability initiatives. Hilda Abadia, chair… Read More

Green Flags for Our Eco-Schools!

Green Flags for Our Eco-Schools!

By Olivia Carden with an introduction from Sustainability Coach, Fran Agnone On Monday, May 15th students, staff and families from four Greenpoint schools received the Green Flag, the highest achievement possible in the Eco-Schools USA Program. To celebrate students ran activity stations and families, staff and community partners gathered to support these students’ commitment to… Read More

Celebrating Greenpoint—Brooklyn’s First Green Flag Community

Celebrating Greenpoint—Brooklyn’s First Green Flag Community

By Sarah Ward Congratulations to the Greenpoint Eco-Schools! On May 15 in Brooklyn, NY, the four Greenpoint Eco-Schools–PS 31, PS 34, PS 110, and MS 126–were honored with the Eco-Schools USA highest award—the Green Flag.  The four schools have become outstanding models of school greening and sustainability and, and now, because of this new distinction,… Read More

Go Green! Brooklyn Festival 2017

Go Green! Brooklyn Festival 2017

Go Green! Brooklyn Festival 2017 McCarren Park Saturday, June 3, 12-5 PM The Go Green! Brooklyn Festival was a huge success last year, welcoming hundreds of new and returning exhibitors, and attendees. And we’re happy that the Greenpoint Star wrote an amazing story about the success of the festival last year. You can click here for the story or continue reading… Read More

Bringing Trout Home: P.S. 110 Students Release Trout into the Cross River

Bringing Trout Home: P.S. 110 Students Release Trout into the Cross River

By Fran Agnone with contributions by Kiera Hutley, Samiyah Samuels, Sirran Blatt, Meliane Materka, Martin Edeler and Victoria Wyszkowski   On Friday, April 21st, two 4th grade classes from PS 110, The Monitor School, piled into a bus heading north towards the Cross River in Westchester County. Students told jokes, looked out the windows, and… Read More

Everything Bloomed at the Greenpointers Earth Lovers Spring Market!

Everything Bloomed at the Greenpointers Earth Lovers Spring Market!

Originally published by our friends over at Greenpointers.com, written by Stephanie Valente   The sky was shining and the sun glowed on Sunday, April 9th and we were psyched to meet over 2,000 people! You shopped, you danced, you ate sweet treats, you sipped mezcal Palomas, you relaxed with rooftop yoga, you posed for sweet photos,… Read More

Early Spring Event Round-up!

Early Spring Event Round-up!

  Here at GoGreenBK, we collect and disseminate all things eco-friendly in the Greenpoint/North Williamsburg area. We aim to be a beacon of volunteering and a hub of eco initiatives. From open space development to air/water quality, charity donations to local businesses, we are here to spread the news and calls to action that our… Read More

On Any Given Friday

On Any Given Friday

By Fai Walker, Greenpoint Eco-Schools, MS 126 Sustainability Coach As part of the Greenpoint Eco-Schools program, MS 126 has pledged to reduce waste at the school by 25% or more.  This is truly a team effort and requires the collaboration of every student and staff member in the school building. Student leaders have taken responsibility… Read More

Our Earth’s Water: Stop Littering!

Our Earth’s Water: Stop Littering!

By Fran Agnone, PS 110 Sustainability Coach Where does our drinking water come from? Where does it go when it swirls down the drain or into our street sewers? These were the foundational questions a group of 4th and 5th graders explored in PS 110’s Eco-Schools Green STEM Afterschool Program at PS 110, The Monitor… Read More