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Community Walk at the Ridgewood Reservoir

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Ridgewood Reservoir

58-2 Vermont Place

Queens, NY 11385

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Join David Chuchuca, H2O's Assistant Director, to explore this incredible natural resource in the heart of NYC!

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The Ridgewood Reservoir, nestled in Highland Park, is a 50+ acre ecological oasis that was once a high quality water supply built by the independent City of Brooklyn in 1858. Since decommissioning, nature took its course in a perfect case study of ecological succession!

Join David Chuchuca, H2O's Assistant Director, and local community garden organizers, to explore this incredible natural resource in the heart of NYC.

Walk and talk about history, ecology, water, and more! 🤓

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58-2 Vermont Place

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NYC H2O’s mission is to inspire and educate New Yorkers of all ages to learn about, enjoy and protect their city’s local water ecology. Through providing public and school programs at historic reservoirs, parklands, watersheds, bays, rivers, and wetlands, we encourage diverse citizens to advocate for responsible public policy. Our activities promote science-based knowledge of New York’s local ecosystems and of what is needed for urban water resilience in a time when climate change impact continues to escalate.

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