Thank you to everyone that helped make Compost for Brooklyn’s Block Party a great success!

Dill Dotson and the Chupacabra Kings had our neighbors dancing in the street!

for the music
Wheeler’s Cloud • Michaela AnneLuciusIn One WindAnnie Lynch Dill Dotson and the Chupacabra Kings

for tabling and hosting workshops
Rebutton Studios • Henna Artist Ainy • Brooklyn Master Composters • Herbalist Kristy Bredin • Sustainable FlatbushB.U.D.S. • Green City ChallengeVokashiFarming Concrete • Abigail Lloyd • Fixers Collective • SUNY Downstate Medical Students • Prospect Farm • Flatbush Farm Share • SALUD • Jenny Blackwell and Luke Halligan of the NYC Compost Project

for contributing to the bake sale
Megan LaMarca of Kumquat Cupcakery • Rob Campbell • Dani Crickman • Zach Rowen • Dan Rowen • Chloë May • Kasia Nikhamin • Ilya Nikhamin • Todd Belden • Sarah Martino • Renee McGarry • Maria Newsome-Fahey • Jennifer Braun • Teri Gorbea • Naomi Donabedian • Joell Keaton • Meera Bhat • Emily Johnson • Victoria Gagliano • Michael Isaac

for designing our invitation
Dani Crickman

for contributing to the raffle
Purple Yam • Urban Martial Arts • Museum of the City of New York • Rebutton Studios • Brooklyn Butcher Blocks • Herbalist Kristy Bredin • Whisk Bakery Café • Brooklyn Boulders • B.U.D.S. • Storey Publishing Wheeler’s Cloud • Lucius Natural Frontier Market • Ox Cart Tavern • Food Network • Sycamore Flower Shop • Connecticut Muffin • Almac Hardware • Tutoring Corner • SALUD • Photographer Louise Marburg • Roy’s Sheepshead Cycle • 3B: The Downtown Bed and Breakfast • Flatbush Food Coop • Brooklyn Homebrew • Teri Gorbea

for sponsoring the event
Ted Weuker of W & T Construction • Diana and Jay Dorman • Nieberg Midwood Chapel, Inc.

and a big thank you to
to our incredible event planning committee and all of our volunteers!

This event would not have been possible without your incredible support and enthusiasm!!

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Compost for Brooklyn empowers city residents to sustainably reduce waste and cultivate healthy urban ecosystems.
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