Bringing communities to life
Bringing communities to life
Uncovering a river - a new urban hub
Uncovering a river - a new urban hub
Improving access to fresh food
Improving access to fresh food
Mentoring teens with green summer jobs
Mentoring teens with green summer jobs
Blazing trails through urban centers
Blazing trails through urban centers
Farming off the grid on the science barge
Farming off the grid on the science barge
Cultivating future gardeners
Cultivating future gardeners
Freeing trees from invasive vines
Freeing trees from invasive vines

For more than a decade Groundwork Hudson Valley has been a dynamic force for change in distressed communities in the lower Hudson Valley. Groundwork works to make neglected neighborhoods more livable and sustainable through an array of on-the-ground environmental projects that directly involve local residents.

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Groundwork Hudson Valley is Hiring an Executive Director!
We are seeking an entrepreneurial Executive Director to build on our successes to date and lead the continued growth and evolution of Groundwork Hudson Valley. The Executive Director will develop the organization’s strategic direction and work hands-on with staff and Board members to align new strategies with all aspects of the organization’s program, fundraising, and administrative activities. Additionally, the Executive Director will play a key external role, promoting the organization’s work and cultivating relationships with a diverse range of supporters and stakeholders.

More information: GW Hudson Valley ED Job Description

Apply:  GW Hudson Valley ED Online Application

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Summer Green Team Applications are now available here! All Yonkers Public high school students are encouraged to apply

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Annual Great Saw Mill River Cleanup 2016 is

April 16th 10am-1pm.

For more information: CLICK HERE

Contact: Nathan Hunter at nathan@groundworkhv.org or 914 375 2151

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 There's no place quite like the Science Barge with its wind turbines whirling, solar panels tracking the sun, and greenhouse bursting with hydroponic plant life. Walk-ons are welcome on weekends from 12-6pmArt & Science Sundays 2016 - July through Oct.

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Get Fresh Yonkers brings youth, older adults, and families together to create a sustainable food system for Southwest Yonkers. Community gardens, the Science Barge, and local farms all supply the Farmers Market, managed by local high school students, hired and trained by Groundwork. Citizen Farmers maintain the community gardens.

 Farmers Market runs Fridays 12pm-5pm June-Oct.