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A living lab for better urban waterways. We bring to life, revitalize , program the . Our e-museum
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Replying to @RickSpilman
very sad to hear that ghost ships are arriving with corpses probably from
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Rick Spilman Nov 16
Autumn Winds Carry Ghost Ship Fleet to Japan Again For several years, autumn and winter winds have carried a ghost fleet of derelict boats to the coast of northern Japan.
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PortSide NewYork 4h
Replying to @fcgibousa
what's your favorite sandwich?
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PortSide NewYork 4h
about a half hour ago, we heard sizzle and explosion and there was a fire below manhole cover near opposite PS15 on west side of Richards Street at Sullivan. Someone else called 911 & we saw FDNY arrive
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PortSide NewYork 4h
look up housing here for inspection history 😭 and household demographics: % minorities head of household % head of household under 25 years old % making below 30% of area income
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Max Guliani 23h
The Brooklyn Bridge engulfed in snow during the first winter storm of the season
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UPROSE Nov 16
. team feels deep gratitude for all sharing their excitement & congrats over the recently announced Sunset Park Community Solar Cooperative - we feel the love & the support- it encourages us to continue to manifest a big & necessary vision
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PortSide NewYork Nov 15
Thank you ! Pre-Thanksgiving !!! 🤔 We definitely win the "Most diverse fleet in one location" award here on Pier 11
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Natasha Loder Nov 14
Terry Hughes marine biologist and winner of this year’s John Maddox Prize was close to tears when describing the devastation of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
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SAFETY4SEA Nov 15
Port of Long Beach award $3 mil. to improve water quality around Long Beach
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José Nov 13
From Oct. 1973, American Birds: "An unidentified albatross was clearly seen, well described, and carefully sketched by a veteran observer (ED) May 21 as it flew alongside the Belt Parkway at Gravesend Bay, Brooklyn, and then crossed the road, heading for downtown Brooklyn...."
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PortSide NewYork Nov 13
WOW. Just watched a cormorant swallow a whole wider than the 's head and almost as long as it's neck. Sorry, no photos in
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SAFETY4SEA Nov 12
Enhancing women’s role in the fishing industry
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6sqft Nov 12
This map shows the diversity of NYC’s in every neighborhood
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PortSide NewYork Nov 12
Replying to @riverkeeper
we'd like to develop educational programs for elementary school kids relating to CS0s & NYC harbor pollution. Who do we talk to there to find out if Riverkeeper has curricula?
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Riverkeeper Nov 12
Almost every time it rains, stormwater runoff in mixes with raw sewage and overflows into our waterways where people swim, fish, and boat. These are called “combined sewer overflows.” discharges more than 20 billion gallons of sewage each year.
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PortSide NewYork Nov 12
Spend this gorgeous fall day as a on ship in . Help paint, clean, winterize, tidy up, ready us for expanded programs & more. Next to stop. Call 917-414-0565
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PortSide NewYork Nov 11
We agree! We promote giving outdoor & hands-on ! We use experiences on our , on other small boats, intermodal tours (bikes, , other boats) to bring multiple subjects to life.
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Dylan Gauthier Nov 11
Tuesday at with me, , and talking urban spelunking, water commons, public space, boats, climate change, and wet images.
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PortSide NewYork Nov 11
All sorts of ways for you to in on our : ship repair and painting, cleaning & tidying up, assist with programs & more. Here’s today’s newsletter to volunteers
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