Hudson River Park Compost Center Tour

Janes Walk

Led By Anna Todd AND Zoe Kim, Hudson River Park

Hudson River Park’s Community Compost Program invites local residents to participate in simple yet effective actions to support sustainability in their neighborhood. Join us for a tour of our W 34 St. composting facility with Park educators and learn how you can support local sustainability!

The Community Compost Program is an initiative designed to help divert NYC’s organic waste from landfills and reduce carbon emissions that harm the environment. Since the Park’s earliest composting efforts in 2015, the Program has grown into a Park-wide operation, turning over 500,000 pounds of food scraps and yard waste into compost each year.

Learn how food scraps and yard waste are processed into nutrient-rich compost that supports healthier plant beds and reduces our carbon footprint.

Hudson River Park's Community Compost Center is an enclosed lot that requires little walking to see the entire space. It is wheelchair accessible. Parking is not available on site however, CitiBike stations area available within walking distance. The site is also near the 7 train at Hudson Yards.
Location Information

RSVP is required and capacity is limited. Meeting location, ending location, and directions will be provided via email before walk date.


Saturday, May 7, 2022
1:00 PM
Less than 1 hour

Borough: Manhattan
Theme: Environment
Language: English
Pier 66 and Hudson Yards, Manhattan. Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Rhododendrites. Modifications: photo cropped.