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5/18 NYC 520 Coney Island Creek Park Tour and Coastal Cleanup

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ORGANIZATION: NYC Parks Stewardship Program

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Join NYC Parks Stewardship and the Department of City Planning (DCP) for a special tour and clean-up of our ongoing work at Coney Island Creek Park. Every year, DCP celebrates NYC's 520 miles of waterfront on and around May 20 (5/20) with a series of fun, free events for the public called "NYC 520." Since 2017, DCP has coordinated these events across New York City with agency, non-profit, and community partners. This year's events highlight efforts that seek to enhance the sustainability, resiliency, and ecological health of New York City's waterfront and waterways. NYC Parks Stewardship will host a small tour of Coney Island Creek Park to highlight our ongoing restoration of dunes and highlight some of our ongoing partnerships and projects along Coney Island Creek. Participants will also have the option of joining up in a coastal clean-up after the event. Come dressed in sturdy boots or shoes, long sleeves, long pants, and clothing that can get dirty.

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About NYC Parks Stewardship Program


Queens Plaza South and 10th Street, Little Green Trailer, New York, NY 11101, US

Mission Statement

The Stewardship Program is a service program that recruits, trains, and supports volunteers for ecological projects across the city. You can help keep New York City’s forests, wetlands, and coastlines thriving. Join us to plant trees, shrubs, and grasses; restore our forests; care for street tree beds; and remove debris from our wetlands.


What We Offer

You’ll be led by an experienced staff that provides all of the tools and equipment needed to properly care for our natural areas. Get hands-on, educational experience in some of the most beautiful and diverse habitats throughout NYC!

Who Should Volunteer

Our volunteer program is for anyone who loves nature. We can accommodate local organizations, individuals, corporations, "voluntourists," schools, universities and visiting service organizations. We welcome a wide range of experience levels, abilities, and group sizes.


Education & Literacy
Community, Education & Literacy, Environment


Sat May 18, 2024
10:00 AM - 01:00 PM


Seagate Avenue & Bayview AvenueNew York, NY 11224



  • Habitat Restoration
  • Environmental Policy
  • Environmental Education
  • Environmental Science


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • 3 hours

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