Let your green thumb shine.
They’re working towards building a local shop.
Composting is an easy way to make sustainable choices.
After spending much of 2020 opposing a fracked gas pipeline being laid through the neighborhood, Greenpoint residents say they’ve notched up a few wins — but the fight’s not over. […]
Horticulturalists don’t get to work from home. The earth needs to be tilled, rain gardens need maintaining and bulbs need to be planted. As much of the world spends more […]
Greenpoint has experienced its fair share of environmental issues over the years including one of the biggest continental oil spills in U.S. history, the construction of New Yorks’ largest wastewater […]
Did you know that there are one million species threatened with extinction? This Friday, May 17th is Endangered Species Day and Kingsland Wildflowers (520 Kingsland Ave) is hosting a […]
Our Thursday Spotlights often feature the multitude of painters, ceramists, and cartoonists in our colorful neighborhood. But Greenpoint’s cultural scene reaches far beyond visual artists, and florist Grace McDonald more […]
Spring into peace, love, and local business! Our sensational Flower Power Spring Market returns to the Greenpoint Loft (67 West Street, fifth floor) on Sunday, April 7 from 1 to 7 PM. […]
Stacy Levy is an internationally known artist who specializes in creating artful, site-specific interventions and engagements with water ecology. This past Saturday, she led an interactive family workshop in Greenpoint, where she and […]