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Jane's Walk: Building Sustainability with Stewardship

Saturday, May 3, 2014

9:00 a.m.1:00 p.m.

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Public green spaces contribute to the health and beauty of our city, and provide environmental benefits like cleaning the air and capturing stormwater.

We need your help to keep them functioning. We invite you to walk and learn as we explore a diversity of public green spaces, cared for by local stewards and NYC Parks maintenance crews. The tour will take you through recently installed bioswales, street trees, and greenstreets, and introduce you to some of the community volunteers that care for them. Stewardship is an important component of our sustainability work.

As you learn about NYC Parks’ green infrastructure goals and construction and planting practices, hear from the everyday people who are contributing to sustainability and climate resiliency goals by helping to care for their local street tree, greenstreet or bioswale. Local groups are actively engaged in stewardship in this neighborhood and will share some insights on how they are strengthening their community through environmental stewardship. We'll finish our tour at the nexus of community activity at the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket, where participants can visit local vendors or continue on their own through Prospect Park.

Location

Clinton Avenue and Fulton Street
Brooklyn
Directions to this location

Location Details:
In front of Capital One Bank.

Cost

Free  

Event Organizer

MillionTreesNYC, Municipal Arts Society

Contact Number

(212) 935-3960

Categories

Education, Nature, History, Volunteer, Earth Day & Arbor Day, Talks

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