The mission of the Greenbelt Conservancy is to promote, sustain, and enhance Staten Island’s 2,800-acre Greenbelt through education, recreation, conservation and research. The Greenbelt Conservancy is a not-for-profit organization that works in partnership with NYC Parks.
Protectors of Pine Oak Woods is committed to increasing the stewardship of Staten Island’s existing parkland, bluebelt corridors, and nature preserves, and to continuing the effort to protect and preserve Staten Island’s natural areas.
A NYC Parks program for New Yorkers and visitors of all ages to discover and explore the city's natural world through environmental education, outdoor recreation, wildlife management, and active conservation.
350NYC is a local affiliate of 350.org, a global grassroots network working in over 188 countries to prevent climate catastrophe. 350NYC focuses on campaigns in New York City and New York State, and also participates in global climate actions.
The New York City DEP protects public health, critical quality of life issues, and the environment by supplying clean drinking water, collecting and treating wastewater, and reducing air, noise, and hazardous materials pollution.
The NYC Compost Project offers compost-related workshops and classes, runs the Master Composter Certificate Program, provides technical composting support, distributes DSNY compost & mulch, develops urban farms, and tables at public events throughout all five boroughs. The project's Staten Island host is Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden.