Big Green Theater is an annual youth and community based eco-playwriting program and performance festival that combines an environmental education initiative with the presentation of a Green Theater production.
Bike Easy staff and volunteers will teach bike skills and safety to 4th and 5th graders at 10 local schools using fun activities and games.
The BioBus will give K students an opportunity to go on an exciting field trip right outside their school.
We will organize residents and collaborate with other volunteer groups and build tree guards and start taking care of the trees on our block.
BKROT employs youth to collect compost from Bushwick residents. It is designed as a local opportunity for community-wide education and economic empowerment for local youth.
The overall goals include building a public bamboo park that will serve three main purposes in our community: educational center; public art space; and livability showcase.
Clean, green and beautify the east side of the BQE between 37th Avenue and Northern Blvd. in Jackson Heights.
BFC’s Food Program is expanding our Southeast Center rooftop garden, which is located in Anacostia. We provide workshops and safe green space for our clients to socialize, skill-share, and build community.
We are working to create sunflower gardens in Orange Mound to beautify the community, remove toxins from the soil so we can plant food gardens in the future, and raise awareness about lead poisoning in the community.
Bronx Boogie Down Booths are a collaborative, community-engaged design project that beautifies the neighborhood, reduces train noise, and celebrates the vibrant culture and musical history of the borough.
Brooklyn Compost Collective make an online and printed map highlighting compost work, and provide educational and outreach opportunities.
Bye Bye Basura is a watershed awareness and pollution prevention program for elementary school students in San Pablo, California. We aim to teach children how to protect our precious water resources.
Cats C.A.R.E. (Compost And Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Everyday) is designed to make Campolindo High School an environmentally concious community and drastically decrease the schools carbon footprint.
Local artists, along with volunteer community members, will create a one-of-a kind mural on both walls of the underpass on Central Avenue.
The Chicken Apprenticeship will teach community members the basics of raising hens in the city. The Apprenticeship includes hands on workshops independent work with the hens, readings and field trips.