Memorial Nature Based

Pier 5 Park for all!

What we do

We are a community nonprofit organization dedicated to socio-ecological equity, justice and saving Pier 5 to be a nature based Memorial Public Park instead of condominiums amidst a massive population increase and diminishing canopy.


Inform the public how climate change will change weather patterns and result in more extreme weather events. Inform communities about local environmental issues and how climate change will impact their region, the country and the world.

Promote values 

Promote values and behaviors that prepare your audience to take action on climate change and to prepare for climate impacts that may affect them. Promote values and behaviors that address environmental degradation and climate change in an inclusive and participatory setting.


We run small-scale schools for the underprivileged children and youth of daily wage workers for a better future.


Empower communities with civic engagement skills necessary to build equitable community resilience against flooding and drought. Empower your community with the civic engagement skills necessary to take action to help fight climate change. providing communities with the knowledge they need to advocate for a cleaner, more secure future.

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Pro Pier Park Petitions

Earth Day Celebration

April 22

Pier 5 – Charlestown Navy Yard
on the Harbor Walk

Earth Day is a dedication to – Invest in the Planet!
Fun for all – Refreshments, Games, Learning and Play Activities!


Building environmental democracy, to diversify, educate, and activate. Growing out of the first Earth Day (1970), the Earth Day organization is the world’s largest environmental movement and civic observance including 1 billion participants annually, 150,000 partners in 192 countries.

Engaging and educational for all ages!

Investing in One Another.

Bringing together communities to advance the capacity to make change!

Engaging neighbors with play, learning and demonstrations

We depend on one another to bring out the best in each of us to realize a safe, healthful environment for future generations.

Would you like to participate in any way? Be creative!

Museum of Science

EiE is the award-winning curricula division of the Museum of Science, Boston.

Our mission is to create a generation of problem solvers by designing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) learning experiences that surprise, delight, and inspire lifelong learners. We encourage all children, including those from underrepresented and underserved groups, to envision themselves as engineers—scientists, mathematicians, biochemical engineers, computer scientists and so much more.

Boston Climate Action Network


BCAN organizes Boston residents and collaborates with other social justice allies to advocate for climate justice and urgent action on the climate emergency by the City of Boston and other policymakers. The BCAN organization is 501(c)3 nonprofit.

No Plastics Please!

Please remember to bring your travel canteen/mug to the celebration of Earth.

  • We have a drinking water truck available for water refills free.
  • Support of the Boston Water and Sewer Commission.
  • We are seeking new biodegradable, reusable mugs and canteens. Any donations are greatly appreciated. (leftovers from trade shows?)
  • BWSC will provide small paper cups.

Hosted by the Pier 5 Association community nonprofit organization dedicated to socio-ecological equity, justice and saving Pier 5 to be a nature based Memorial Public Park instead of condominiums amidst a massive population increase and diminishing canopy.

NOAA Atlantic Marine Endangered Species Art Contest and other activities!

National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration

We’re honored by the participation of NOAA! Activities include the 50th Anniversary of the NOAA Endangered Species Act art contest. Artwork should highlight one or more marine endangered or threatened species from the New England/Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. You can create your painting at the Earth Day celebration or, please send entries as images or pdf files to:

The deadline is April 24th

The MBTA Mobility Center

The Mobility Center provides a range of MBTA tools at no cost, including assistance applying for reduced fare passes. We are available to anyone looking to explore accessible transit options and other community transport resources.

Eart Day – Invest in the Future

Head of the Boston Harbor

The Charlestown Navy Yard is located at the Head of the Harbor on the Boston Harborwalk at the foot of Bunker Hill neighboring USS Constitution Museum, Korean War Memorial, Courageous Sailing Center and Freedom Trail offering Vast Sky Views to the Islands and the Downtown Skyline!

Grasshopper Geography

Rob Szucs makes inspiring artistic maps with scientifically accurate cartography for both decorative and educational purposes. All proceeds support the Pier 5 Association 501c3.

Order Maps Here

In partnership with community organizations we provide waterfront experience, music, arts, crafts, history, and educational activities reaching about climate change and one another.

What started as an effort to save a historic park, has evolved into a social and ecological justice initiative!


Pier 5 Association Team T-Shirts!

Order Yours Here


Support Pier 5 Park today!