Green infrastructure refers to stormwater management practices that mimic what happens in nature during and after heavy rainfalls. Elements of green infrastructure work to either capture stormwater so it can be reused, or offer it a place to seep into the ground gradually and feed plants instead of leaving it to flow over impermeable paved surfaces like roads and sidewalks and cause flooding or overwhelm sewer systems. Luckily, any neighborhood can do a lot to protect rivers, streams and drinking water sources.

  • Our Student Stewardship Team

    ASLA-NY Student Stewardship Program

    The Student Stewardship Program aims to inspire NYC students to discover landscape architecture and enviromental awareness through engaging, hands-on projects in their schoolyard and neighborhood.

    NEEDS: $0 of 1,065
  • Evergreen Rain Garden

    A rain garden on unmaintained property to provide benefits of residential surface management techniques, including beautification, native plant propagation, & species diversity.

    NEEDS: $0 of 1,374 + Volunteers
  • SJC's Rain Gardens +ART Campaign

    A citizen-led initiative to educate and engage Jersey City stakeholders about green infrastructure benefits and inspire more projects across all of our neighborhoods.

    NEEDS: $0 of 4,571 + Volunteers
  • Rockaway Rain Reuse System

    We will tackle issues surrounding storm water management by maximizing the potential uses of water by designing and constructing water catchments system.

    NEEDS: $0 of 345
  • Water BUGS!

    An essential, hands-on learning project to reduce storm run off and quench our thirsty garden!

    NEEDS: $0 of 5,765