Kingsland Wildflowers is a Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund (GCEF) project committed to expanding natural habitat and green corridors for bird and wildlife populations. The vision, conceived through partnerships with local businesses, community voices and wildlife experts, will provide Greenpoint with living and growing infrastructure to support native New York City wildlife and educational programming focused on sustainable conservation practices and wildlife protection.


Field Day Fridays With NCA

Every 3rd Friday through September \\ 4-7pm

Join us for Field Day Fridays hosted with our community partners of Newtown Creek Alliance every third Friday of the month through September.  This is a hands-on volunteer day for community members and visitors alike to tour the green roof and dig in the dirt! 

 

Open House Saturdays

Every 3rd Saturday through October \\ 12-3pm

The green roof will open to the public every third Saturday of the month from 12-3pm through October.  A chance for neighbors to take a tour of the native garden and visit our community engagement space.  


2nd Annual Kingsland Wildflowers Festival

Saturday, September 23rd \\ 12-4pm

The Kingsland Wildflowers Festival is a chance for our partners, local environmental organizations, community activists, friends and families to come together for a day to explore the Kingsland Wildflowers green roof and community engagement space, while learning about and becoming engaged in environmental projects happening throughout North Brooklyn.  For more information or if your community organization would like to table at our event, please email info@kingslandwildflowers.com


Projects & Progress

Learn about the construction process and the project timeline. 

ABOUT

Find out about the Kingsland Wildflowers project at 520 Kingsland Avenue in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. 

 



Funding for Kingsland Wildflowers is provided to NYC Audubon by the Office of the New York State Attorney General and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation through the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund.