The Seek Academy school garden seeks to promote positive environmental change in Newark as well as provide access to nutritious, organic, real food in an area where there is limited access. We are Newark, New Jersey!
OSI is an international education provider in the Tri-State region. A 501c3 non-profit organization that offers study abroad programs for youth who attend high schools in historically underserved neighborhoods.
We're raising money to send one of our members to Bike!Bike!, an international gathering of community bike shops. We hope to raise enough money to cover the costs of round trip plane tickets to Guadalajara, Mexico.
Thoughts on Water seeks to encourage community participation through the poetic expression of water. The project would demonstrate how existing infrastructure can be used as a platform for artistic expression.
H.A.C.E.R at the Gilliam Family Community Garden & Park is a community project to transform a vacant lot into a unique gathering place in the heart of the Greater Logan Heights neighborhood of San Diego.
Bike Walk Knoxville is planning this event on Central St between the Old City and Happy Holler on October 25, 2015. Help us open the streets for car-free walking and bicycling, and free activities for all ages.
We believe youth are key to reducing Bend’s carbon footprint. We will engage kids in the Bend Energy Challenge, a competition to reduce energy use, by inspiring kids to be champions of energy efficiency.
The Heurich House Museum has adopted Sonny Bono Park and seeks community volunteers and monetary donations to implement a low-maintenance garden plan that will revitalize the space after years of neglect.
We are transforming one of Pittsburgh's oldest and most peculiar homes into a venue for arts & culture. With live music, high tea, storytelling, and more, it will be the first public event at Heathside Cottage!
Connect the Dots | Van Nuys brings neighbors together with cyclists and designers to reimagine Van Nuys Boulevard at its fullest potential, solving our city's transit, public space, and water-supply needs.
YES for a Healthier South LA is a youth-driven event on Central Avenue in South LA that will demonstrate how public space can be reimagined as safe, vibrant and active for all members of the community.
The Permaculture Park Project in Ithaca, NY demonstrates ecological landscaping practices in a public park. The park is a model for other cities to create beautiful and sustainable parks while addressing hunger.
By transforming unused spaces into sustainable urban farms we combine education with food production in order to feed residents of one of the United State's hungriest communities. We grow food and we grow growers.