Urban Farm Corps Cohort 12 Highlights Photos from Graduation
Green City Force was featured on the national NBC Television Show GIVE on January 14th. Watch the full segment here.
GCF Alumni and EmPowerNY Apprentices Mariah Adamson and Kamarky Jimenez ask you to support Green City Force for #GivingTuesday.
New York One News: “Program Aims to Bring Healthy Foods and Activities to NYCHA Neighborhoods” for the Launch of Building Healthy Communities. See our blog for more.
Featured in The Corps Network video “Corps Creating the Next Generation of Conservation & Preservation leaders” shown at the 2016 World Conservation Congress.
Green City Force Winter 2012 cohort explains their service projects and what GCF means to them.
Courtesy of Clinton Global Initiative
President Clinton welcomes Green City Force to the CGI America stage in June, 2011 to give a progress report on their CGI commitment.
On October 3, 2011, GCF Corps Member Maurice Davis joined U.S. Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez, New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Chairman John B. Rhea, NYCHA Commissioner Margarita Lopez, NYC Councilwoman Rosie Mendez, and others at the podium to celebrate the opening of Planters Grove, a park located at the Lillian Wald Houses on the Lower East Side.
“Green Hook”, the 2011 pilot urban agriculture team of Green City Force, worked to expand access to healthy food for low-income public housing residents in Red Hook, Brooklyn, in partnership with Added Value. This video was produced by Stephene Braithwaite, a 19-year-old Corps Member from Brooklyn, New York. Check out the accompanying blog post.
“Energy Roundup”: In this commercial, WIPP (the Weatherization Innovations Pilot Program) is explained by Members of GCF’s Fourth Cohort.
“Hot and Cold”: In this commercial, WIPP (the Weatherization Innovations Pilot Program) is explained by Members of GCF’s Fourth Cohort.
“Energy Angels”: In this commercial, Members of GCF’s Fourth Cohort explain how to save energy and money through the WIPP program.
“The WIPP Man”: In this commercial, WIPP (the Weatherization Innovations Pilot Program) is explained by Members of GCF’s Fourth Cohort.