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GrowNYC
Environmental non-profit in NYC. We run the Greenmarket farmers market program, build urban farms and community gardens, and teach the city about recycling.
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GrowNYC 13h
Since launching the program in 2008, just hosted it's 250th swap! Stop 'N' Swaps are events where you do not need to bring anything to take anything! Check us out in a neighborhood near you!
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NYC DCAS 15h
You'll find year-round at 1 Centre St offering fresh local groceries each week for low prices. Sign up today 2-6 pm.
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Youthmarket Aug 14
Cooking with your Council Member Costa Constantinides: this Satuday at Ditmars Park Youthmarket, 11am-1pm. Don't miss it!
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GrowNYC Aug 14
Replying to @blackboikei
Thank you. And your name is Kei Will?
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GrowNYC Aug 14
Sending a special thanks to whose Women’s Leadership Initiative recently participated in a corporate volunteer day at our Governor’s Island Teaching Garden. Corporate…
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GrowNYC Aug 14
Replying to @blackboikei
Do you have an email address where you can be reached?
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NYC Sanitation Aug 2
Starting this week Queens CB 11 & Brooklyn CB 6 residents will have their collected 1x week on day. The change will allow us to become more efficient with both curbside organics & bulk item collection. Trash collection will not change:
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NYC Sanitation Aug 10
From “Lively Louie” to the green, wire-mesh basket we have today, NYC has come a long way with trash cans. Now, we need one that will help us achieve . You can submit your design for the competition before September 20:
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NYC zerowaste Aug 13
NYC, don’t forget to join in celebrating National Thrift Store Day this Friday, August 17 5PM to 8PM for Thrift Store Day Crawl. Register for the event online here:
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New York City 311 Aug 11
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. If you have clean, reusable items like clothing, games & books you no longer want, bring them to a Stop ‘N’ Swap event. Find & take home cool items for free while reducing waste. See events:
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GrowNYC Aug 11
Due to inclement weather, today's Clothing Swap in East New York has been CANCELED. Apologies for any inconvenience!
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GrowNYC Aug 10
Councilmember Torres on Health Bucks and the importance of access to fresh, healthy produce at GrowNYC’s Fordham Plaza Greenmarket: “We have the tools to prevent a public health epidemic. What we often lack is the political will.” Thanks you
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GrowNYC Aug 10
Just think how many plastic bags one of these reusable shopping bags can save.
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GrowNYC Aug 10
. It was a pleasure tabling at your event today!
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GrowNYC Aug 10
Two chances to this weekend - tmw at Farmer's Market (weather permitting) & Sun at in PLG! More info:
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GrowNYC Aug 10
Replying to @blackboikei
Thanks so much for honoring your grandfather in this special way.
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Ben Kallos Aug 9
If it is thursday in August it means is outside my office for . Come by today from 3:30pm to 6:30pm and sign up for locally grown, farm fresh fruits and veggies for only $14.00 🍏🍎🍇🍓
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GrowNYC Aug 8
As one of the most popular al fresco lunchrooms in town, visitors to Bryant Park generate a lot of trash. The park offers receptacles to sort out recyclables from trash and a program to help visitors sort out compostable materials as well.
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GrowNYC Aug 8
Peaches, plums & stone fruits: Yummy meals to make without formal recipes
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GrowNYC Aug 7
Happy ! To honor the occasion, created this infographic to show you where your dollars go when you shop at your local market. Celebrate this week (& year round!) at your local Greenmarket!
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