Help the ALS purchase milkweed plants to restore habitat for the disappearing migratory monarch butterfly with students from P.S.47!
The project will promote attention to our environment while at the same time enhance the appearance of our community and protect our trees. We will create a more uniform and dynamic look to our urban streetscape.
Helathy, hands-on, activity-filled cooking lessons explore local, seasonal, vegetarian, nut-free and often soy- and lactose-free international cuisine with children!
The QueensWay is the transformation of 3.5 miles of the abandoned LIRR Rockaway Beach Branch into a "cultural greenway".
The shared garden should make CHILDREN get back to telling us how WE can have fun outside every day. This will be a useful garden for fun, health, and education and not just for show.
We'll partner with a local restaurant for awesome chef-led classes.
Together we'll explore a healthy recipe, develop kitchen skills and cook!
Our Green Team decided to create an Urban Wildlife Habitat, a garden filled with shade-loving, native species suitable for a variety of wildlife along with an area dedicated to decomposers and composting.
We would like to turn our concrete school into a greener and more beautiful learning community for all to experience. A woolly garden will allow us to do just that by using our fences to plant.
Students have already worked to research raising chickens and how to maintain healthy chickens. They will raise the chickens, collect their eggs and give them to CSA members.
We need some wire and fasteners to hold our bike jewelry together! Help a crafty child out.
Taking Liberty is an initiative of SustyQ to establish a safe, beautiful, green, and clean open community space along 10 blocks of the retail district of Liberty Avenue in Richmond Hill, Queens.
Outstanding volunteers are honored each year in November for their great work during the year.
We will be distributing Free 911 Daffodil Project bulbs to groups in Queens. We plan on giving hand tools to groups to help them with the planting. In 2011, over 25,000 bulbs were given to groups to plant in Queens.