What we’ll do
Though this is the concrete jungle there's a growing conscious culture living green right here in the middle of Brooklyn. Taste, shop, and explore your way through some of the best sustainable initiatives Brooklyn has to offer. This day you will be an official Brooklynite.
This is a tour on Sustainable Foods, Sites and Businesses with an enthusiast.
You will meet different entrepreneurs forging a path for conscious urban living.
You'll get to taste & explore how restaurants are putting the principles of food sustainability to practice. The bites that I pick will be popular amongst local patrons.
You'll Visit a local designer studio (Sasonal)
You'll get a healthy peek into popular sustainable fashion initiatives.
.You'll visit innovative architecture built with the environment in mind.
After our walking tour, we'll settle for a nice discussion at our last stop. There we'll get to chat and answer any follow-up questions you may have about tapping into the consumer power to actively improve our food and zero waste systems. After this experience, you'll know what to look for back in your hometown to live, shop & eat like a sustainable foodie. You will also have a better understanding of what makes a company sustainable.
What else you should know
We could do a slightly different version of this tour. I have added dates and times that I think will appeal to people but I am pretty open to other dates, times, and locations.
What to expect?
Transportation to farther locations
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
NerdyDNA@gmail.com @NerdDNA on IG
If you need to inquire about a different date, please let me know here !!
You will tour notable areas starting the day with brunch or coffee depending on the tour. Please inquire about other tour times. We will meet 10 - 15 minutes beforehand and Visit a Famous NYC Bakery, Local, Fair Trade, or Minimalist Coffee Shop Grocery, Wine Shop, and Café to learn about their local practices, the itinerary will change depending on group and location.
May 18, 2019, 3 p.m. to March 28, 2020, 6 p.m.
Location: 16 Cypress Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217