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Swale is a floating food forest dedicated to rethinking NYC's connection to our environment // A project by artist
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Swale Sep 13
Check out the workshops we have going on this Saturday, Sept 15th, as part of the Brooklyn Army Terminal Block Party!
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Swale Sep 12
Tonight from 7-9pm, will launch her new solo exhibition "What Happens After" at - join us!
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Swale Sep 10
Read the latest on the Swale barge, our project on , and more!
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Swale Sep 7
This Sunday at Brooklyn Army Terminal, artist Jessica Segall will demonstrate how to use drawing as an observational tool in plant identification:
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Swale Sep 7
We're excited to be part of Brooklyn Army Terminal's first ever Block Party, next Saturday, Sept 15th!
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Swale Sep 2
Attn: Swale at Brooklyn Army Terminal will be closed today Sunday, Sept 2 for the holiday weekend. If you haven't had a chance to visit yet, don't fret! We will be staying on at Pier 4 through September 16th.
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Waterfront Alliance Aug 29
. is an innovative maritime center combining working waterfront, public access, and community development. Learn more about activities and opportunities at this eclectic waterfront space on :
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Swale Aug 28
Check out , who are building a floating ecosystem of native grasses, shrubs and trees on the Chicago River!
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PartnershipsForParks Aug 28
FREE workshop: GET INVOLVED WITH YOUR PARK. Learn how you and your neighbors can come together to support & improve your community green spaces! Weds 9/12, 6:30-8:30 pm, Southbridge Towers Community Room (Follow Signs from 100 Gold St, NY 10038)
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Swale Aug 24
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Swale Aug 17
Calling all kids! Join us on tomorrow, Aug 18 for a special water quality workshop with 💦
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Mitchell Silver Aug 17
Why experience of place matters via . N.Y.C. Parks Commissioner on ‘the Experience of Place’
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TeensforFoodJustice Aug 14
"To see a group of students speak about their neighborhood and community and the inequities that exist there, and the change that they want to see, what could be more rewarding?" - , Founder and CEO
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Swale Aug 11
Snails are out and Swale will be closed today in the rains. Look out for workshops and events at our new spot on !
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Swale Aug 10
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City Parks Alliance Aug 9
"It’s easy to forget that barely more than a decade ago, when the idea for Brooklyn Bridge Park was still germinating, there wasn’t a blade of grass in sight along that stretch of the waterfront. It required a kind of magical thinking."
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Swale Aug 9
"... there is fresh hope for foodies as some cities attempt to embrace their foraging communities"
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Center for an Urban Future Jun 26
NYC's parks are vital public infrastructure, but the cracks are showing. Our new report finds the city's average public park is 73 years old and 20% have gone at least 25 years without a major infrastructure upgrade.
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Swale Jul 23
Shout out to one of our favorite plants on Swale - White Clover! "The ubiquitous plant alters its defense systems in a tougher environment, prompting researchers to call it a perfect test species for study as urban areas expand"
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Waterfront Alliance Jul 16
Deputy Mayor Alícia Glen announcing FreightNYC initiative to move more goods by water and reduce our dependency on trucks: “Our working waterfront must coexist with recreation and access to the waterfront in order to be the kind of city we want to be.”
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