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SailNY leaving NYCWasteLess
Affordable, public access sailing to New York Harbor.

Shore Walkers leaving NYCWasteLess
Enhance and protect parks, promenades, and paths along waters throughout NYC Metropolitan area.

Sierra Club NYC leaving NYCWasteLess
Advance a wide range of local and national environmental campaigns.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden leaving NYCWasteLess
Features a number of gardens that include representations from particular periods along with contemporary styles. Also hosts the SI Children's Museum, and NYC Compost Project on Staten Island at the Botanical Garden.

Solar One leaving NYCWasteLess
Green energy, arts and education center on the East River.

Storm Water Infrastructure Matters leaving NYCWasteLess
Dedicated to ensuring swimmable waters around New York City through natural, sustainable storm water management practices.

Stuyvesant Cove Park Association leaving NYCWasteLess
Support the development of a park and environmental center along the East River.

Sunset-Ridge Waterfront Alliance leaving NYCWasteLess
Committed to re-invigorating the waterfront area of Sunset Park, Bay Ridge, and beyond.

Sustainable South Bronx leaving NYCWasteLess
Environmental justice through innovative, economically sustainable projects.

TIME'S UP! leaving NYCWasteLess
Direct action bicycling advocacy.

Transportation Alternatives leaving NYCWasteLess
Bicycling, walking and public transit advocacy.

Tree Branch Network leaving NYCWasteLess
Extensive internet portal to environmental and urban quality-of-life issues.

Trees New York leaving NYCWasteLess
Plant, preserve, protect, and care for NYC trees; education.

The Trust for Public Land leaving NYCWasteLess
Support community gardens by offering supplies, training, and expertise, as well as permanently protecting gardens as public space.

Urban Divers Estuary Conservancy leaving NYCWasteLess
Committed to restoration, revitalization, and protection, through public education about urban estuary and its watershed.

West Harlem Environmental Action Committee leaving NYCWasteLess
Focus on environmental issues that disproportionately impact communities of color (asthma, sewage treatment plants, lead exposure).

Yonkers Paddling & Rowing Club leaving NYCWasteLess
Organize rowing and paddling events; educate and inform the public about the environment of the Hudson River.

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bureau of waste prevention, reuse and recycling
field trips and tours
nyc compost project
nyc reuse organizations
nyc organizations creating green spaces


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