About Red Hook Green Map

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The Red Hook Green Map was created by Hook Productions, a City Parks Foundation educational program that operates out of the Red Hook Recreation Center. The program provides audio-video production and technology training for middle and high school aged youth. For the summer of 2009 City Parks Foundation’s Catalyst project added a new “green mapping” component to Hook Productions’ usual program of multimedia, media literacy, and new media training. There were 24 students in the Summer 2009 Hook Productions program that ranged in age from 14 to 20 years old and the majority of the students were from Brooklyn. The Hook Productions teens learned about video production, mapping, the local environment, and sustainability issues. They created this participatory map as a resource for the Red Hook community. The map includes site icons, site photographs, video interviews with community members, and site descriptions written by the teens. This map is meant to foster community dialogue. Please explore the Red Hook Green Map! Add your favorite places, your thoughts or memories about a place, and your wishes hopes and dreams for the future of a Red Hook space. You can make a comment about a site or suggest a site that should be added to the map. The Hook Productions slogan for the map is, “Oh Snap, add a site to the Green Map!”
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2 people discovered green places because of this map.

Number of sites: 117

Comments: 0

Team members: 1
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제목 Site Added by정렬 - 아이콘 댓글
Red Hook Recreation Center Anonymous 08/31/2009 - 17:56
Fairway and the Fairway Pier Anonymous 01/16/2010 - 15:35
Valentino Park and Pier Anonymous 03/10/2012 - 18:10
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Valentino Park and Pier It's My Park: Valentino Pier Anonymous 01/12/2015 - 13:19
Water Taxi New York Water Taxi Partnerships fo... 08/06/2009 - 15:36
Henry Street Basin: Polluted Water Hook Productions features the Henry Street Basin Partnerships fo... 12/08/2009 - 15:34
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