SWARM Coverage

Check out the Enterprise’s great piece on the Swarm! Swarming volunteers free trees.

MLK Day of Service on the Science Barge

On Saturday, January 19, twenty volunteers from all over the county came aboard the Science Barge to help ready the floating farm for another season, which begins with opening day on┬áSaturday, April 12. Organized by the Volunteer Center of the … Continued

More Cities Bring Streams Back to Life

NPR’s Morning Edition featured Groundwork Cincinnati’s efforts to uncover a local creek. The Saw Mill Daylighting got a shout out, and Ann-Marie Mitroff had her own soundbite. “ANN-MARIE MITROFF: Beforehand, there were people who owned building, you know, along this … Continued

Daylighting Rivers in Search of Hidden Treasure

Urban Omnibus, a publication of the Architectural League, published this article which discusses urban rivers all over the world, and features our own Saw Mill River. The author compares Seoul, Providence and Yonkers, all of which have or downtown rivers … Continued

New Greenway Could Spur Yonkers Resurgence

The Westchester County Business Journal came out with a great piece featuring President of the Board, Robert Baron. This article describes our newest project and discusses the benefits a new greenway could have for Southwest Yonkers. Read the full article … Continued

The Science Barge: A Green Oasis

The Science Barge was featured in the Riverdale Press as a “Green Oasis.” The article also provides a great description of the mini-hydroponic workshops that were part of our Art and Science Sundays during 2013! Riverdale Press-Science Barge Green Oasis-10-17

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Enjoys Work With the Green Team

The Green Team helped to manage invasive species at Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey. Pathways Program intern at the refuge, Brittany Forslind, on her work with the crew in August: http://usfwsnortheast.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/working-with-a-green-team-to-restore-habitat-in-new-jersey-and-beyond/

Local Exposure on the Science Barge’s Global Following

Follow the link to read the lohud.com article, “Yonkers’ Floating Laboratory Hosts Visitors From Around the World,” from August 18–also featured in the Journal News Yonkers & Mount Vernon print edition, August 29. http://www.lohud.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013308180032&nclick_check=1