Find Local Greens

The Green Party is a grassroots movement, which means we really come to life at the local level. On this page you’ll find a list of Green groups to join – affiliated county organizations and locals.

I don’t see my county listed here, how do we affiliate?  Excellent question! Download our County Affiliation Guidebook and we’ll get the ball rolling.  If you are a college or grad student and would like to start a group on campus please get in touch



Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Washington: Upper Hudson Green Party

Facebook: Facebook

Broome-Tioga Green Party

Website: On Facebook

Bronx County Green Party


Chair: Debra Rosario
Secretary: Bryan Wigfall 
Treasurer: Alan Gotlieb

Dutchess, Orange, Ulster: Hudson Valley Green Party

Green Party of Erie County

Website: On Facebook

Herkimer-Oneida Green Party

Website: On Facebook

Kings County: Green Party of Brooklyn (Brooklyn, NYC)


Chair: Josh Feintuch 
Secretary: Gloria Mattera |
Treasurer: Dani Liebling

Monroe County: Green Party of Monroe County


Nassau County: Green Party of Nassau County

Website: On Facebook

Chair: Joe Naham |

New York County: Green Party of New York County (Manhattan, NYC)

Chair: Christopher Archer |
Secretary: Adrienne Craig-Williams |
Treasurer: Jim McCabe |

Onondaga County: Syracuse Green Party


Chair: Howie Hawkins |
Secretary: Mary House |
Treasurer: Frank Cetera  |
State Committee Delegates: Maureen Curtin, Caleb Duncan, Ursula Rozum

Steuben County: Steuben Greens

Chair: Joe Duffy |

Warren County Green Party

Website: Facebook 
Twitter: @wcgreens
Phone: 518-364-4418 

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What’s the difference between a county organization and a local?

County organizations have gone through a process to officially affiliate with GPNYS, and they have the ability to designate candidates and elect State Committee members. There is only one affiliated county organization per county, although multiple counties can join together to form one affiliated organization. Locals are affinity groups of Green Party members and Green-allied activists, often working at the neighborhood level.

Berning Greens (NYC)

Manhattan Greens (Manhattan)

Green Party of Suffolk