​Spring 2017 Summary

Water Ecology & Engineering Field Trips

​NYC H2O wrapped up our spring season of free Water Ecology & Engineering Field Trips for New York school children on June 23. From March thru June, we provided 90 field trips reaching 2,600 students.

We achieved a milestone this semester. Since 2014, NYC H2O has served 10,000 students citywide at 142 schools.

Our STEM education programs continue to provide a scientific and historical understanding of New York City’s water cycle and infrastructure. We engage students at eight inspiring water infrastructure sites and wetlands in the five boroughs:​
Ridgewood Reservoir (Queens / Brooklyn)
Baisley Pond (Queens)
Central Park Reservoir (Manhattan)
Jerome Park Reservoir (Bronx)
Silver Lake (Staten Island)
High Bridge (Manhattan / Bronx)
Lemon Creek (Staten Island)
Plumb Beach (Brooklyn)