Thursday September 24, 2009
Despite the fact that I “fell off” my bike last Saturday (I was cut off & spilled off) and bruised my back & neck up pretty good, I’m still gung ho about biking in this fair
Tuesday August 11, 2009
Aaaah, that felt good. Six straight days of no internet and no email. The best diet I’ve ever been on (well, perhaps the only one).
I get so tangled up in the web these days – emailing,
Tuesday July 21, 2009
On Sunday, I visited Rooftop Farms, an amazing (as the name suggests) rooftop farm in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Read all about it in this guest post I did on Farm to Table, sustainable food blog and reality
Thursday May 28, 2009
Oh man, this is what I live for. Stuff swapping, supporting local arts, enjoying the great outdoors of the urban jungle. Unfortunately I won’t be around for the fun this weekend. Hopefully you’ll get to enjoy
Thursday May 21, 2009
No plans yet this Memorial Day weekend? Here are a few eco-minded events for the holiday and beyond.
Saturday, May 23
Flatbush Supper Club Compost PotluckGet your hands dirty digging in compost and enjoy a lovely (vegetarian or
Monday May 18, 2009
The bluebell hyacinths were in full bloom at Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Chris Roddick, Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s chief arborist, teaches us how to plant companions for street trees in the Trees NY Citizen Pruner course. This clematis will
Monday March 16, 2009
Okay, I know just a few days ago I was telling you to vote for the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative, and here I am telling you to vote for GreenEdge (the NYC-based sustainable-living social networking site). The
Monday March 16, 2009
Just thought I’d alert you all to the latest action regarding the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative. There’s a community board meeting tonight if you want to get involved. More about the Greenway here and here.
CB6 Mtg re:
Thursday March 12, 2009
[Image: Josh Haner/The New York Times. Residents have criticized the Kent Avenue bike lanes in Williamsburg, the first step in the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative to create a 14-mile bicycle and pedestrian path.]
In a city where air
Tuesday January 13, 2009
UPDATE: Impressive turnout of Kent-Ave-bike-lanes supporters at Community Board Meeting. Read more at Streetsblog.
Live in NYC and care about transportation alternatives, like biking? Now’s your chance to get involved. This just in from the Brooklyn Greenway