Monthly Archives: March 2012

The S.W.I.M. Spotlight…

Who’s in the March S.W.I.M. SPOTLIGHT?

The NYC Empire Dragon Boat Team!

Women of the Empire Dragon Boat Team participate in the Oyster Project!

The women of the Empire Dragon Boat Team are an extraordinary group of cancer survivors, who have been plowing through NYC waterways and promoting active lifestyles since 2009.

They are in our S.W.I.M.spotlight for their recent participation in the Oyster Project; an effort initiated by the NY/NJ Baykeeper organization to rebuild NYC’s oyster reefs. To date, they have introduced 500 cheapest propecia uk baby oysters to the Flushing Bay which will help sequester harmful toxins out of our waterways and enhance the overall health of the tidal ecosystem.

Not only is the Empire Dragon Boat Team committed to this important effort, they deserve the spotlight for being a remarkable cialis 20 mg support system that gives women who are recovering from cancer, an important physical outlet. In the literal sense, the Empire Dragon Boat Team helps women strength the muscles that are too often compromised by lumpectomies. And in many ways, rowing helps to strengthen the spirit of these women and enable them to continue the fight against cancer, one “stroke” at a time.

 Cheers to the Empire Dragon Boat Team who are in the S.W.I.M. spotlight for their inspiration and efforts towards bioremediation of the bay!

For more information on the women of the NYC Empire Dragon Boat Team check out their homepage here!


March S.W.I.M. Public Meeting 3/22

Come find out what is happening with CSO public notification projects!

Leif Percifield of Parsons the New School of Design and Kate Zidar from Newtown Creek Alliance will be speaking about their CSO public notification projects. Leif will be presenting DontFlushMe, a Brand viagra without prescription buy project designed to encourage water conservation before and during CSO events. Kate is presenting Weather in the Watershed, a project to install weather stations on public sites to monitor rainfall and predict CSO activity.

Thursday March 22, 3:00 to 5:00PM
Hudson River Foundation
17 Battery Place, 9th Floor, New York, NY

Please RSVP to – space is where can i buy furosemide online limited!


Fun for Kids, Good for the Waterways – green infrastructure playgrounds!

Check out a March 12 Wall Stree Journal Article which says :  “New York City has enlisted trees, “green” roofs and massive tanks in its effort to reduce the best viagra and popular in uk billions of gallons of untreated wastewater that overflow into city waterways during rain storms each year.

Now, it’s turning to schoolyards.

 The city’s Department of Environmental Protection is developing a plan best cialis 5mg prices with the Trust for Public Land, a national not-for-profit group, to build as many as 10 “green” playgrounds, designed to capture pharmacy viagra 100mg cheapest the first inch of rain in every storm—keeping the water from pouring into the city’s sewer system and inundating wastewater treatment plants.”

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