• Lindsay Rootare

Episode 12: Repurposed Gems for Non-Boring People (PART 2!) with The New York Adventure Club

This week's episode is a continuation of a conversation with the New York Adventure Club that started in Episode 11! If you have yet to listen to that, check that out first!


This week on The Hand Me Up Club is the conclusion of Lindsay’s 2 episode conversation with Corey Schneider from The New York Adventure Club. Corey joins Lindsay to talk about some of the most interesting eco-friendly places in New York City (like the Trash Museum!) , hidden green roofs, and secret basement farms. They also debate The Earth Room and discuss other ecofriendly locations in the Tri-State area.


If you are in town visiting for the holidays, check these places out!

A few of the other references in the episode:

5 Borough Parks Complex on Randall's Island

Robert Moses, the least ecofriendly person ever?

NYC Parks Department Workshops

Poe Park Visitors Center

Mulchfest

NYC Parks Department Pumpkin Smash

Brooklyn Grange

Javits Center Green Roof

The Earth Room (Opened 1977)

Farm.One (NY Adventure Club goes next week!)

Treasures of the Trash Museum (NY Adventure Club goes next month!)

Sure We Can

American Dream Mall

Meadowlands

1 World Trade (Leed Certification)

Bank of America Tower (Leed Certification)

Empire State Building (Leed Certification)

Spireworks App

Little Pie Company


You can find Corey and the New York Adventure Club at @nyadventureclub and https://www.nyadventureclub.com/

Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Stitcher!

The Hand Me Up Club is hosted by Lindsay Rootare.

Engineered by Adam Zucker

Editing by Caitlin Correa of CC Media