Greenpoint Library and Environmental Education Center opens to the public and Marble Fairbanks is back in the New York Times!
In honor of the library opening to the public, staff writer Melissa Guerrero highlights Greenpoint Library and Environmental Education Center in the “New York Today” section of the Times. The article, “And finally: A green library in Greenpoint,” starts with the following description of the library, “There’s a well-landscaped outdoor plaza to lounge in, and two types of gardens (one specifically for pollinators). Planted channels called bioswales can help reduce flooding, and a cistern collects rainwater. No, the area is not a public park or a private green space for a luxury building — it’s a new, eco-friendly library in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn.” We are proud to be featured and excited for the library to be open to the public.
Read the full article here – scroll down to “And finally: A green library in Greenpoint”