Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center

“The Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center aims to raise awareness about critical issues facing Brooklyn’s waterfront through research, teaching, and public programming.” Source: Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center

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The Blue Classroom

    “The Blue Classroom is a small boat operator, specializing in group outings and special assignments on the waterways surrounding New York City. Blue Classroom LLC operates a former US […]

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PortSide NewYork

“PortSide works with the community ashore and the community afloat. Our goal is to bring the two closer together.” http://portsidenewyork.org/

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Waterfront Barge Museum

  The Waterfront Museum, founded in 1985, is located in Red Hook, Brooklyn. It is housed aboard the 1914 Lehigh Valley Barge #79, listed on the National Register of Historic […]

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Harbor School

“To provide a college-preparatory education built upon New York City’s maritime experience that instills in students the ethics of environmental stewardship and the skills associated with careers on the water. […]

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RAMP @ Pratt

“In response to Superstorm Sandy, in Spring 2013, Pratt Institute’s Programs for Sustainable Planning and Development (PSPD) initiated a multi-year program of coordinated planning and architectural studios/urban labs, workshops and […]

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Urban Waters

“Urban Waters work supports a positive cycle that begins with connection to water, which builds community engagement, leading to water quality improvement and revitalization.” http://www2.epa.gov/urbanwaters

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About | Global Urban Humanities

“The Global Urban Humanities Initiative is a joint venture between the UC Berkeley Arts & Humanities Division of the College of Letters & Science and the College of Environmental Design.  It brings […]

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