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Billion Oyster
Restoring 1 billion oysters to NY Harbor by the year 2035, through education.
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Billion Oyster Jul 18
We invite you to join us for a celebration tomorrow evening in the Hudson River Valley! Enjoy lite bites and libations while learning more about the largest reef installation in Billion Oyster Project history. w/
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Billion Oyster Jul 18
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Billion Oyster Jul 18
Congratulations to our partner, ! They're helping to create great blue spaces in cities.
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Billion Oyster Jul 17
Wonderful to see Ira, a Billion Oyster Project volunteer, in ! He is swimming the Hudson and helping clean it up.
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Climate Nexus Jul 17
Youth group plans 3-day D.C. rally to highlight change via
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NYUGlobalAffairs Jul 13
High school students in our summer academy program on climate change visited the project on Governor's Island yesterday for some hands-on learning about harbor restoration and .
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Governors Island Jul 12
Common Terns, listed as a threatened species in NYS, have nested in recent years on decommissioned piers on 's waterfront. Celebrate with with bird walks and talks, as well as hands-on activities for the whole family! This Saturday, July 14th from 12PM-4PM.
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Billion Oyster Jul 11
Thanks to all fighting for . It's the humane thing to do, and our future depends on it.
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Billion Oyster Jul 11
"Oysters were the currency of New York, an indigenous food that had been eaten here for thousands of years." Learn more about the history on a art tour w/ Angelis Nannos
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Piper Perabo Jul 8
13 days til the Youth Climate Marches! Follow for info 🌱🌍
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Matthew S.Washington Jul 9
MBP joining the for their Summer Cruise, honoring Pete Malinowski and author Mark Kurlanski for their commitment to keeping New York's waterways clean and accessible to all.
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Billion Oyster Jul 9
Thank you to all the Sunset Park yogi adventurers who came out to explore the Sunset Park Community Oyster Reef! It was a pleasure. w/
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Lonely Whale Jul 9
This is the power of : will phase out straws by 2020. This wouldn't have been possible w/o Santa Cruz policy, ’s challenge, our collaborators, & shareholder demands by .
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yolowaccordsmom Jul 6
About those 76 Environmental Rules Trump rolled back. Older people remember how smog looks, and how a polluted river smells. We remember seeing dead fish floating along waterways, and smoke stacks pouring fumes into the air. is that REALLY where we want to go again?
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Billion Oyster Jul 4
Happy ! Today until 5pm, receive a discount on the summer cruise through the Hudson, honoring our Exec Director, Pete, and Author of The Big Oyster and World Without Fish,
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Billion Oyster Jul 3
Get out and enjoy New York Harbor with Billion Oyster Project! Join us for a presented by at . Spend your evening on a historic boat tasting oysters & beverage pairings. Get your tickets now!
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Billion Oyster Jul 3
Yes, it is not obvious that they can't be recycled!
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Billion Oyster Jul 3
Unfortunately, no
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Billion Oyster Jul 3
We’ve seen the climate impacts, but what about the solutions? In the lead up to , the campaign is spotlighting stories of and resilience. Join the challenge:
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Billion Oyster Jul 2
Thanks to and for working to eliminate the use of plastic straws at Congressional facilities! Since straw typically can’t be recycled, they often end up in our oceans, where they harm wildlife. Join the movement:
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