The conference will focus on food justice, conservation, environmental activism and recycling.
The contest will include categories like architecture and economic development.
From Hunts Point Avenue to Irvine Streets, organizers want to encourage startups to set up shop locally.
The park will host talks on similar projects in other cities — and even on Staten Island.
David McInerney of FreshDirect spoke at the event. Meanwhile a Bronx activist was booted from the lineup.
About 125 programmers, designers, entrepreneurs and investors attended the Hunts Point event Wednesday.
The online grocer hired the award-winning eco-activist as a consultant to engage local groups.
Majora Carter wants to turn a Spofford Ave. juvenile detention center into school/health complex.
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