Green New York
What they do · Safeguards the ecological integrity of the Hudson River, its tributaries and the watershed of New York City (protecting the city's drinking water supply) by tracking down and stopping polluters.
What you can do · Hudson River debris sweeps on Saturdays, get your child's school involved in their education program, report polluters, donate money.
NY Restoration Project
What they do · Bette Midler launched this organization that restores, develops, and revitalizes underserved parks, community gardens, and open space in NYC.
What you can do · Plant trees, endow a bench, volunteer, get involved with the Boathouse at Swindler Cove Park on the Harlem River, donate money.
What they do · Advocates for cycling, walking, and environmentally sensible transportation.
What you can do · Participate in rides and events (including the Tour de Bronx), work for a car-free Central Park, volunteer, donate money.
What they do · For 30 years, the guerillas have been turning vacant rubble-strewn lots into vibrant community gardens.
What you can do · Annual spring cleanup day on May 3rd, volunteer, donate money.
|Some of the Greenmarket farmers.
Berkshire Berries www.berkshireberries.com
Beth's Farm Kitchen www.bethsfarmkitchen.com
Bialas Farms www.bialasfarms.com
Bread Alone www.breadalone.com
Catskill Merino www.catskill-merino.com
Charlie's Garlic www.geocities.com/charliesgarlic/
Deep Mountain Maple Syrup www.reallydeepmountain.com
Fantasy Fruit Farm www.fantasyfruitfarm.com
Hodgson Farm www.hodgsonfarm.com
Hudson Valley Cider www.hudsonvalleycider.com
Nature's Way Farm www.natureswayfarm.com
Norwich Meadows Farm www.norwichmeadowsfarm.com
Orchards of Concklin www.theorchardsofconcklin.com
Prospect Hill Orchards www.prospecthillorchards.com
Red Jacket Orchards www.redjacketorchards.com
Ronnybrook Farm Dairy www.ronnybrook.com
Samascott Orchards www.homestead.com/samascott
Wooly Hill Farm www.woolyhillfarm.com