“Silent Shore” Paddle

You don’t need to have studied American Sign Language to enjoy this video recounting a beautiful and adventurous day of kayaking. HarborLAB looks forward to hosting our first “Silent Shore” kayak tour this summer, thanks to volunteer and ASL interpreter Dylan  Geil. Going back to the late Commissioner Matthew Sapolin, HarborLAB’s core volunteers have been striving to create a more accessible harbor (and Gotham Orchards, which has overlapping volunteers, planted an orchard in his memory at the Queens PS 233 campus). Stayed tuned for details about Silent Shore and how you can help or support it.

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