EKP 2-28 WORKSHOP AT LANTERN HALL

Though I am a little late in posting this…no time like the present! The EKP had a great success in showcasing our recent work. Our event was held on Sunday night, February 28th at Lantern Hall. It is only a few steps away from the Morgan subway stop on the L train. This place was perfectly situated because of the 2-block distance from English Kills. We introduced the experimental mussel habitats, the English Kills Springs and new video of shrimp, killifish and ribbed mussels. Most importantly was the unveiling of the new design templates: DESIGN YOUR OWN MUSSSEL HABITAT and REIMAGINE ENGLISH KILLS. You can see the results on the EKP site under the MUSSELS FOR BIOREMEDIATION and DESIGN WHAT YOU WANT TO SEE IN ENGLISH KILLS pages. I give full credit to the designers, as you can see in each submission. Our participants enjoyed watching the new videos and designing mussel habitats, creating innovative ideas for new wetland construction in the English Kills basin. Thank you to all the participants for coming! Thank you to Jeff of Lantern Hall for providing the venue. I give a special thanks to Alex Bustamante for providing the photos.

 photos by Alex Bustamante

photos by Alex Bustamante

 photos by Alex Bustamante

photos by Alex Bustamante

 photos by Alex Bustamante

photos by Alex Bustamante

 photos by Alex Bustamante

photos by Alex Bustamante

 photos by Alex Bustamante

photos by Alex Bustamante