NYRP

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NYRPNew York Restoration Project (founded by Bette Midler)
NYRPNew York Replacement Parts (plumbing supplies)
NYRPNew York Real Property (legal case database)
NYRPNeighborhood Youth Recreation Program (Syracuse, NY)
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We went to do a Ground Force in New York because she supports the New York Restoration Project, so we got in touch and said, 'Can we do one for you?
The New York Restoration Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting, repairing, and improving New York's public spaces recently launched its plan called The Haven Project, which will renovate a series of open spaces in the South Bronx in an effort to prove that improving physical environments on a neighborhood-wide scale can have significant health and social outcomes.
The plantings, which are supported by Alliance for Community Trees (ACTrees) and New York Restoration Project, will take place throughout October.
For every kit sold, $1 goes to Million Trees NYC, a PLANYC initiative with NYC Parks and New York Restoration Project, to plant a tree in New York City.
org and the New York Restoration Project to keep New York neighborhoods clean and green.
The New York Restoration Project taught students how to make flower beds at the Riverdale site.
The New York Restoration Project will plant over 400 trees in Brooklyn.
99, and for each bag sold Whole Foods donated $1 to Million Trees NYC, a citywide collaboration between the Department of Parks & Recreation and the New York Restoration Project, a public-private initiative to plant and care for one million new trees across the city over the next decade.
In addition to Go Green Expo's kick-off celebration benefiting Riverkeeper and The Amazon Conservation Association, Bradford Rand, Go Green Expo's CEO, has donated more than $100,000 of exhibit space at the inaugural Go Green Expo event to non-profit organizations such as Riverkeeper, The Natural Resources Defense Council, Oceana, Earth Pledge, New York Restoration Project (NYRP), The Council on the Environment (CENYC), American Forest Foundation, The Rainforest Alliance and Habitat for Humanity.
Bette Midler, another star hailed as an eco-hero, has championed the New York Restoration Project, a campaign that hauled 80,000 tons of rubbish from neglected parklands.
The event was raising funds for the New York Restoration Project, founded by entertainer Bette Midler to clean and restore brownfield sites in the city.
Actress Bette Midler is part of the New York Restoration Project and the Beeb's gardening team join her in helping to transform a recreation area a mile from the Twin Towers site.
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