What does it look like for Red Hook to build flood resistance? How does the rising water level affect flora, fauna, landscape, buildings and humans? Come to discuss stormwater, drainage and what we can do to build a more resilient water community.

This session is presented in partnership with Resilient Red Hook.

About this roundtable series:
Explore the ecological history, present and future of Red Hook’s landscape; from a red clay estuary, to a thriving port, to a community exiled from the rest of Brooklyn, and soon to be accessible by public ferry. Land stewards of Red Hook will share stories and imagine how we can band together to promote a resilient ecological future in our neighborhood, with a focus on taking away some action items from each of these sessions. All sessions are all ages, come with ideas, questions and a will to collaborate!

Next in the series: Air

 

Marisa Prefer is a permaculture enthusiast, herbalist and the Education Director of Swale, a floating food forest in New York City. Marisa also runs programming and maintains the landscape at Pioneer Works.