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The NuHart Toxic Waste Site – Harmful Chemicals Lurking in Greenpoint. Thursday June 30 7-830pm McCarren Pool Community Room 776 Lorimer St BK NY 11222 Light Refreshments served Event is free; RSVP on FB – https://www.facebook.com/events/1023830471019791/ The fourth & final forum in a series of panel discussions about the environment in Greenpoint. We started the

The New York State Office of the Attorney General and Department of Environmental Conservation has chosen the 5 top vote-getters in recent Greenpoint community preferencing to receive Large and Legacy Grants, GCEF’s final grant awards. The projects (and lead organizations) to receive grants are: McGolrick Park Restoration (Horticultural Society of New York): $562,056 Newtown Creek

NYS Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos announced the 2015 Small Grants from Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund: $992,288 in Small Grants—between $5,000 and $100,000—to 17 projects addressing the environmental improvement priorities of Greenpoint residents. This funding will be combined with $522,013 in matching funds, bringing a total of

WHEN: Thursday, May 14th, 2015 6:00 to 8:00pm WHERE: Dupont Street Senior Center 80 Dupont Street Greenpoint I’ll Be There! Click above to RSVP. RSVP appreciated, not required. GCEF GRANTS “101” & NETWORKING If you have a good idea for improving Greenpoint’s environment, the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund (GCEF) is offering you a great opportunity

GCEF 2015 RFP GOES LIVE! COMMUNITY MEETING! MAY 4, 2015 JOIN THE MOVEMENT TO “GREEN” GREENPOINT You are invited to the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund 2015 (GCEF) Community Meeting to learn more about this exciting program – and how you, your organization, and your community can turn your environmental improvement ideas into projects that can

The Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund has announced their next community meeting date, Monday, May 4th, 2015 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Polish National Home aka Warsaw located at 261 Driggs Avenue.  Here’s the text from their invite: You are invited to a community meeting on the final grant round of the Greenpoint Community

GWAPP received this announcement from the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund, which we wanted to share right away: Dear Friend of Greenpoint, On behalf of the New York Office of the Attorney General and Department of Environmental Conservation, we are pleased to announce the recipients of the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund’s 2015 Large & Legacy Grants:

The Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund General Administrator is asking Greenpointers to save the dates of November 20th and 22nd for community preferencing events regarding the projects residents would like to see funded by the GCEF.  The full message is below: Dear Greenpointer — The $19.5 million GREENPOINT COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL FUND (GCEF) is now reviewing 24

A quick reminder to the 11222 neighborhood (and McCarren Park) that the deadline for the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund (GCEF) grants is December 18th, a mere two weeks away! If you’re still working out the kinks of your application, don’t forget help is still available to you: The GCEF has its final online applicant webinar

Yesterday I attended the Applicant Webinar for the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund (GCEF) put on by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and if you have the opportunity to attend the next workshop in-person on November 13th at the Dupont Street Senior Housing, I highly suggest you go. Not because it’s necessary to apply, it’s

This Saturday, July 23rd, from 10 am to 12 noon, join the GCEF-funded Greenpoint Parks Community Stewardship Program for a morning of fun and exploration in Transmitter Park’s garden, home to many bird- and butterfly-friendly plants! Learn how to identify these species, and discover the benefits they provide – all while meeting and mingling with

“Talking Trash” is a great documentary, produced by a partnership between students at Greenpoint’s Frances Perkins Academy, The Center for Urban Pedagogy, and Curb Your Litter: Greenpoint, with funding from the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund. It’s both entertaining and informative, check it out on Vimeo here!            

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