Three women share their passion for swimming in and being close to the waterfront in NYC and challenging urban waterfront contexts.
The abandoned Glenwood Power Plant will get new life as "The Plant" a global home for climate solutions that will reactive the former coal plant.
Brooklyn built the Ridgewood Reservoir in 1859 to serve its residents. NYC H2O aims to restore its East Causeway, completing this goal.
Central Park has nine of New York City’s so-called “Great Trees.” In 1985, New York City embarked on a “Great
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Naval Cemetery Landscape (NCL), a 1.7-acre memorial landscape on the edge of the Brooklyn Navy
North Brother Island is a Forever Wild Sanctuary Have you heard of a “Forever Wild” nature preserve? It’s an initiative
If you’re looking for a place to take in nature that is more off-the-beaten path and less crowded than some
At 2,200 acres, Freshkills Park is almost three times the size of Central Park and the largest park to be
On a rooftop in the Hunts Point peninsula of the Bronx, a green roof at THE POINT Community Development Corporation is also providing free internet to the local community, one of the few localized internet networks that exists in New York City.
A herd of hungry goats marched into Riverside Park today where they will help the Riverside Park Conservancy reclaim woodlands!