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Gaia Institute leaving NYCWasteLess
Working to promote ecological remediation of NYC environs.

Going Coastal leaving NYCWasteLess
Dedicated to public enjoyment and responsible use of coastal resources to ensure health and sustainability of our urban coast.

Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club leaving NYCWasteLess
Works to promote canoe trips in Gowanus Canal.

Governers Island Alliance leaving NYCWasteLess
Working to create memorable parks and public spaces, ensure appropriate reuse of the Island and its historic structures.

Green Map® System leaving NYCWasteLess
Compost Green Map of Manhattan, also known as "Worms in the Green Apple!"
Provides basic information on the benefits and process of composting and also identifies a large number of composting sites in Manhattan.

Green Guerillas leaving NYCWasteLess
Education, organizing, and advocacy to help advance the presence of community gardens in all 5 boroughs.

GreenShores NYC leaving NYCWasteLess
The Astoria, Long Island City Waterfront Parks Alliance enhance, protect, and preserve the waterfront parks in Astoria and LIC.

GreenThumb leaving NYCWasteLess
Support NYC community gardens through materials, technical trainings, and educational workshops.

GrowNYC leaving NYCWasteLess 
NYC Greenmarkets, community gardens, Grow to Learn NYC leaving NYCWasteLess school gardens, recycling awareness, and  programs to improve school recycling.  

Harlem River Park Task Force leaving NYCWasteLess
Local, citywide, and regional organizations work together with elected officials to improve the quality of the environment in East Harlem and Harlem.

Highbridge Coalition leaving NYCWasteLess
Initiative to restore and re-open the High Bridge for public use, which connects two boroughs (Bronx and Manhattan) and two parks.

Horticultural Society of NY leaving NYCWasteLess
Promotes gardening and conservation citywide, including outreach to under-served communities, at-risk youth, and men and women who are and/or were incarcerated.

Hudson River Community Sailing leaving NYCWasteLess
Community sailing organization.

Hudson River Estuary Program leaving NYCWasteLess
Partnership to restore, conserve, and promote full public use of Hudson River.

Hudson River Foundation leaving NYCWasteLess
Science as integral to decision-making with regard to the Hudson River and its watershed; supports stewardship.

Hudson River Paddlers Guild leaving NYCWasteLess
Promote and support recreational water sports and encourage trainings, technique, and competition to promote care for the aquatic environment.

Hudson River Watertrail Association leaving NYCWasteLess
Coalition of small boaters, primarily human and wind-powered, who work to build a river trail from the Atlantic Ocean to Canada.

I Fish NY leaving NYCWasteLess
Introduces urban residents to the sport of fishing.

Inwood Canoe Club leaving NYCWasteLess
Competitive and recreational canoeing and kayaking.

Just Food leaving NYCWasteLess
Work to develop sustainable and just food systems in NYC.

LIC Community Boathouse leaving NYCWasteLess
Free kayaking, canoeing, and educational programs on the East River from Long Island City, Queens.

Lower East Side Ecology Center leaving NYCWasteLess
Provides community-based recycling, electronics recycling, and composting programs, developing local stewardship of green space, and increasing community awareness, involvement, and youth development through environmental education programs.

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