Who We Are

Our program curriculum is being designed and taught by a wonderful and seasoned environmental education teacher Maia Bromley-Dulfano. There will be an assistant teacher joining as well.

Maia Bromley-Dulfano

Maia Bromley-Dulfano is an environmental educator and plant lover.  She is a recent NYU Environmental Conservation Education Masters student with a background in Psychology and Art from Lewis & Clark College in Portland Oregon.  She began teaching art in studios and incorporates creative projects in her current teaching practice of place based environmental sustainability education. Maia fell in love with teaching kids outside during her service as an Americorps member at a community garden in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is currently an educator at the Queens Botanical Garden and hopes to continue to share the joys of nature that she benefits from with those in her community.   

Program Founders and Managers

Katherine Radke and Lori Vroegindewey, directors of Education at 61 Franklin Street Community Garden.