Rockaway Walking Tour
TIME: Sunday, November 17th, 2013, 10 AM - 1PM
The Rockspot Walking Tour is an interactive tour that allows participants to explore select sites of environmental and historical significance along the Rockaway Peninsula.
Join us for a walking tour to Arverne East and Edgemere Landfill to explore the natural vegetation and edible plants growing along the eastern end of the Rockaway Peninsula.
Adults and families are welcome to join this tour. Registration is suggested.
Special thanks to National Park Service for sponsoring this event.
Our Climate, Our City, Our Future
Hurricane Sandy One Year later : The Rockaways
TIME: Wednesday, November 20th 6PM- 7:30PM, Reception to follow
Community Conversations on Environmental Justice & Rebuilding
Presented by the CENTER FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION in collaboration with PRATT Programs for Sustainable Planning & Development as part of the Marfa Dialogues/ New York
EDDIE BAUTISTA Executive Director, New York City Environmental Justice Alliance (NYC-EJA)
JEANNE DUPONT Executive Director, Rockaway Waterfront Alliance
RON SHIFFMAN Professor, PRATT Institute School of Architecture Graduate Center for Planning & the Environment
MITCHELL SILVER, CIPA Chief, Planning & Economic Development Department of City Planning, Raleigh, North Carolina
TOM FINKELPEARL Executive Director, Queens Museum
MAYA WILEY President & Founder Center for Social Inclusion
FREE and open to the public
For more information contact CSI a t 212 .248.2785 ext. 3286 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
In 2007, Jadel participated in her first RWA program as a 7th grader at PS43. Through high school she has been a valuable contributor to our ongoing efforts and today she continues to work with us as a practicing intern while she attends college. Hear more about Jadel's story.
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