With over 900,000 trees planted to date, MillionTreesNYC is well on our way to meeting the PlaNYC goal of planting one million trees almost two years ahead of schedule. 40 more words
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We finally made it back to Zeke’s NY roots- Brooklyn! And I gotta say I don’t think he missed it. HAHA. It really was a crawl- traffic was TERRIBLE. 731 more words
One journalists adventure through religion, butcher shops, the internet, and the parks of New York City. 10 more words
We highly recommend taking a short trip to the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, it’s an amazing garden indeed. For the 34th annual Brooklyn Broom; in keeping with the notion of sankofa—remembering the past in order to move forward—this year’s theme, “Roots of Resilience,” will examine the ways in which sustainability is tradition, not trend. 45 more words
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – For it’s beautiful parks, it’s no surprise 14 percent of New York City’s landmass is devoted to city parks.
But parks advocate Geoffrey Croft tells 1010 WINS’ Gary Baumgarten there are only a little more than 200 parks enforcement officers to patrol 30,000 acres. 120 more words
Steven Handel, Ph.D. and Director of the Center for Urban Restoration Ecology at Rutgers University gave a dynamic presentation on urban landscape restoration to a packed house at Threes Brewing. 308 more words