We looked inside some of the tweets by @GreenShoresNYC and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Paul Westrick of @thenyic talking about the challenges of getting an accurate count in Astoria and LIC for the 2020 Census:
At the 2020 Town Hall Census, @SenGianaris talking about getting NY state funding for the census in the budget:
Art by the talon-ted Marna Chester at "Nature in Black and White" on view at Arsenal Gallery in Central Park thru 5/31.
You should *flock* to see this exhibit :) The Arsenal Gallery is open to the public 9 am to 5 PM, Monday to Friday, 5th Avenue at 64th St.
Teens are being inspired to do something good for the environment by the #trashtag challenge:
An extra hour's daylight and warm weather this evening: take a walk in a park to get in the mood for spring! https://www.instagram.com/p/Bu4dtw7htHt/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=1d3qcs0a414mh …
The Queens Council on the Arts awarded a 2019 New Work Grant to John Kitses Studio for his project Recovered Landscapes: Newtown Creek. The paintings of Recovered...
There are several monuments in New York City's parks that honor notable and historical women. And hopefully many more to come! Happy International Women's Day: https://www.nycgovparks.org/about/history/women/monuments …
An interesting story: 'The announcement by Mayor Eric Garcetti last month that Los Angeles will recycle all the wastewater produced at the Hyperion [Water Reclamation] plant by 2035...
Service Alert – Winter Storm 3/3/19 – 3/4/19: Please visit http://bit.ly/2SFKJnp for more details.
An update from @NYCferry -- check for possible delays and cancelations due to the winter storm:
Julie Welch of @SWIMCoalition introducing the Getting to Zero In Dutch Kills action plan meeting:
We are experiencing high winds across New York City. If you see a downed tree, please call @nyc311 right away to report it.
And be careful out there today! #SafetyFirst
Skepticism continues to surround flooding projects intended to protect New York City’s vulnerable coastal communities. http://ow.ly/bRNb50lVgyc
Update on the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project: