S.W.I.M. Coalition

Stormwater Infrastructure Matters: utilizing stormwater as a resource, not a waste!
S.W.I.M. Coalition

Members and Supporters


Ashokan Services, Inc

Atema Architecture

Bronx Council for Environmental Quality

Bronx Initiative for Energy and the Environment

Bronx River Alliance


Coastal Marine Resource Center

Coney Island Beautification Project

Cook + Fox Architects

DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, LLC

The Downtown Boathouse

Drexel University

Eastern Queens Alliance

Empire Dragonboat NYC

Full Spectrum

Friends of Brook Park

Friends of the High Line

The Gaia Institute

Going Coastal, Inc.

Gowanus Canal Conservancy

Gowanus Dredgers

Green Apple Corps

Green Shores NYC

Habana Works

Horticultural Society of New York

The Human Impacts Institute

Landmark West!

Long Island City Community Boathouse

Lower East Side Ecology Center

Manhattan Island Foundation

Mosholu Preservation Corporation

Mothers On the Move

Natural Resources Defense Council

Natural Resources Protective Association

Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation

Newtown Creek Alliance

New York Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects

New York City Soil and Water Conservation District

New York City Audubon

New York Harbor School

New York/New Jersey Baykeeper

New York Public Interest Research Group

New York Restoration Project

North Brooklyn Compost Project

North Shore Waterfront Conservancy of Staten Island

Nos Quedamos


Pennsylvania / Fountain Avenue Landfill Remediation CAC

The Point CDC

Pratt Center for Community Development

Pratt Institute

The Redhook Boaters

Regional Plan Association


Rockaway Waterfront Alliance

Rocking the Boat

Sebago Canoe Club

Solar 1

South Bronx Economic Development Corporation

Staten Island Taxpayers’ Association

Sustainable South Bronx

Sustainable Yards

The Urban Divers Estuary Conservancy

Transportation Alternatives

Trees NY

Waterfront Alliance

Water Resources Group

Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice


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SWIM Coalition is sponsored by the New York City Soil & Water Conservation District. Your donation will be made to the SWCD but will be earmarked for SWIM activities. Your donations are tax deductible under the IRS code 170(c)1.
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S.W.I.M. has been supported by generous grants from the Lily Auchincloss Foundation (2012, 2015, and 2016/2017), van Ameringen Foundation (2014 and 2016/2017), Patagonia (2016) and the New York City Environmental Fund (2009 - 2011).
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