When you hear “boat club,” Brooklyn is probably not the first destination that comes to mind, but the North Brooklyn Boat Club is giving urban-dwellers the chance to hit the water while providing a mix of environmental education, awareness, and remediation programs. BTRtv’s Chelsea White spoke with Founding Board Member Jens Rasmussen about the organization.
Featured songs in this episode:
“If Looks Could Kill” by Camera Obscura
“Gold Silver Diamond” by Generationals
“Cake Parade” by Georgie James
Additional music by Kevin MacLeod and Emile Vacher
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