The 2022 Season Draws Close to Our Shores

Hello, paddlers, Greenpointers, water people, community scientists, activists, neighbors, and friends!

A quick note to tell you that we are preparing to have a 2022 season as close to normal as is possible. Our landlord (who is planning on constructing a building that will contain our new boathouse) has said that construction was to start “soon,” but that was months ago, and there has been no further information from that quarter.

Therefore, we are planning on a season of Public Paddles, community involvement, and member trips starting up as soon as the water is warm enough!

Keep watching this space for updates on our Public Paddles schedule, member news, and word on environmental and community actions along our beloved shores.

We hope to see you soon — and on the water!

Community members paddling a 29-foot canoe at the mouth of Newtown Creek. Manhattan is visible in the distance.

The Juneteenth Public Paddle, 2021

A table covered with art supplies and a sign reading "Juneteenth Celebration Station"

The Community Reflection Station, Juneteenth Public Paddle, 2021