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Environment Links

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OASIS mapping website to find NYC community gardens

Link posted by Coll5 39 weeks ago

Interested in getting involved in community gardens? Check out the OASIS mapping website to find a community garden near you!

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New York's New Slumlord Watch List

Link posted by Laura 40 weeks ago

Are you somebody who lives in an apartment that is poorly maintained?  Is there damage that hasn't been fixed?  Are there rodents/pests that haven't been controlled?  Are there cleanliness probelms?  Is it because your landlord/property manager does not take care of the property?

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Recycle your clean paper, Harlem!

Link posted by Publisher 47 weeks ago

GrowNYC has a new interactive website that shows New Yorkers what things we've been throwing out that we can (and should) be recycling instead!  At the top of that list is PAPER!  Over 775.220 TONS of recycleable paper is thrown into the trash each year.

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Harlem One Stop

Link posted by Emma Delia 51 weeks ago

Harlem One Stop provides a list of parks in Harlem.  Fine the one closest to you!

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Harlem Calendar of events

Link posted by Emma Delia 51 weeks ago

Looking for something do?  Check out this calendar with events going on in Harlem and other neighborhoods in New York

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Your NYC Recycling Questions Answered

Link posted by Riverside 1 year ago

Jae Watkins does outreach and education about recycling and the environment in Community District 2 for GrowNYC. Ms. Watkins has volunteered to answer your recycling queries on the blog, as their resident expert on all things green.

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Don't let the Bed Bugs Bite, Harlem

Link posted by Riverside 1 year ago

Bed Bugs are all over New York City... chances are you or someone you know has had them. Here's a new guide telling you how to find out if you have them and how to get rid of them safely.

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The Nourishing Kitchen goes green in East Harlem and on ABC 7

Link posted by NourishingNYC 1 year ago

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There is a soup kitchen in our area that's doing its best to serve fresh, organic foods.

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Recycling in the Grant Houses

Link posted by Riverside 1 year ago

I was reading an article about the Grant Houses in Harlem taking action to begin a recycling program in their buildings. I think it's so great that the people who lived there were able to recognize a need for these programs, defend their rights to have one, and begin largescale education programs to get people to understand how to recycle once they were given proper recycling bins.

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GreenThumb Community Gardening

Link posted by Coll5 1 year ago

As the largest community gardening program in the country, GreenThumb is proud to support community gardens in New York City. There are over 600 member gardens serving 20,000 city residents.