Project Bloom was created in 1992 with the cooperation of Keep Islip Clean and the Cornell Cooperative Extension. Project Bloom has been used as a creative outlet for gardeners to give back to the community. The volunteers who give their time to Project Bloom, help grow flowers that get spread throughout the community. Currently there are about 16 volunteers. This year, volunteers planted roughly 6,000 plants and flowers throughout the local area. All of which were grown in the greenhouse at Brookwood Hall. Project Bloom gives a sense of unity amongst the volunteers. Groups of all ages work with Project Bloom in the beautification of Islip Hamlet.