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Art and Environment - Public Outreach and Education - Banner

Streets that Teach

Lamppost and Cross -Street banner projects use unwanted and reclaimed banners and adapt them to educational and inspirational environmental messages. The banners can be re-installed on the streets or used on temporary construction fencing, festival decorations or on building facades, where they invite the public to participate in local sustainable practices. 

Protect New Haven's Water

Cross-Street Banner

What Goes On the Ground, Goes to the Sound

Cross_Street Banner video

Fish Art & Slogans

"Protect New Haven's Water"

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Lovely fish of all colors and sizes swim down the streets of New Haven reminding us that our aquatic residents like clean water too.  

What goes on the Ground, Goes in the Sound!

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Many storm drains in New Haven drain directly into the rivers without being treated or filtered. During a storm, everything that's on the ground will make its way into the street drains and into our waterways. Litter, oil from cars, cigarette buts, fertilizer from lawns and do not make lots of fish happy or healthy.  Learn more

Catch the Rain before it Drains!

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Rain Barrels are just wonderful for many reasons!

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Promoting the Environment

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Art & Advertising campaign for fish and healthy water.

Watch for our banners on the street!

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See out google map of Cross Street Banner locations. Did you recently help paint a banner at an event or festival, It may be up on the street!

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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Our cross-street banners are made from discarded and reclaimed cross-street banners.