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DEP Releases Eye-Opening Reports on Green Infrastructure Progress and Challenges

Last month, DEP submitted two important reports to the state on its green infrastructure program.  These reflect significant progress – and significant challenges – over the program’s first 5 years. Since 2010, DEP has invested over $250 million in GI projects, which now capture the first inch of runoff from 437 acres of impervious area. […]

Coney Island Creek CSO LTCP Public Meeting #2

The DEP’s Public Meeting #2 for the proposed Coney Island Creek CSO Long Term Control Plan is this week! Wednesday, April 20, 6 P.M. at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s New York Aquarium, Education Hall. 602 Surf Avenue, Coney Island. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to express your opinions and share your vision for the […]

S.W.I.M. Public Meeting Monday March 14th

Please join S.W.I.M. Coalition to discuss: An update on CSO and MS4 issues in New York City by S.W.I.M. Coalition steering committee members, Sean Dixon, Riverkeeper Staff Attorney, and Larry Levine, Senior Attorney, Water Program, Natural Resources Defense Council.  The new CSO Consent Order which will soon be released by NY DEC and how we, as advocates, […]

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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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