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Council on the Environment of New York City

Mission: The Council on the Environment of NYC (CENYC) is a hands-on non-profit that has been improving New York City's environment for over thirty years. CENYC's dedicated staff green our neighborhoods, create the environmental leaders of the future, promote waste prevention and recycling, and run the largest farmers market program in the country.

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Focus Areas:

    • Community Improvement and Capacity Building
    • Education
    • Environment
    • Public Health
    • Youth

Site types on which the group works:

    • Stream / River / Canal
    • Watershed / Sewershed
    • Community Garden
    • Natural / Restoration Area
    • Street Tree
    • Urban Farm
    • Vacant Land
    • School Yard

Services the group provides:

    • Community Organizing
    • Data
    • Educational Curricula
    • Labor: Volunteers / Students / Interns
    • Plant Materials / Equipment
    • Technical Assistance

Contact Information:
Address: 51 Chambers Street room 228
New York, NY  10007
Contact Person: Lenny Librizzi
Phone: 212-788-7900

Year group was founded: 1970

Property jurisdiction on which the group works:
Public and Private

Organization size:
Paid Staff: 11+
Volunteers: 4 to 5
Members: 11+
Annual Budget: $2-$5 MILLION
Primary Funding Source:

Places where the organization works:
Counties: Bronx County, Kings County, New York County, Queens County, Richmond County, Delaware County, NY Ulster County, NY
States: New York

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FSID: 21A1057