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The Edgemere Landfill, a former municipal dump in the Rockaways, Queens, has been closed for over 20 years. The landfill operated as a disposal site from 1938 to 1991, receiving about 1200 tons of waste per day. Today, Edgemere Landfill is capped and is at the end of a remediation process that has converted it into a spectacular, and yet unused site offering views of Jamaica Bay and the distant Manhattan skyline. The land is facing an as-yet-undetermined future. Join us on July 15 at 12 pm for a workshops with residents, students, experts, officials and artists to dream the future of the Edgemere Landfill.