News & Updates
RESTORING THE PARK
A COMMUNITY SHOWS ITS LOVE
On Friday, November 2nd, more than 125 parkgoers and other community members came out in force to help our dedicated staff continue the cleanup process for Hudson River Park.
For more than three hours, New Yorkers fanned out across some of the Park’s popular greenspaces throughout Tribeca and Greenwich Village, removing hundreds of downed tree limbs, disposing of shredded bushes and flowers, and sweeping up piles of washed out topsoil.
But there is still much work to be done. As the weather turns colder, the plant beds that lost their protective mulch are at risk. From 10 am to 1 pm on Wednesday, November 14 and Saturday, November 17, you can join our staff in their re-mulching efforts. The November 10 opportunity is FULL
And, if you are able to financially support the necessary repairs, please consider becoming a member and give what you can. The Park needs help more than ever before.
Please keep visiting our website, Facebook page and Twitter feed for more updates and additional opportunities as we continue the restoration effort. Working together, we’ll return Hudson River Park to the beautiful urban oasis that you’ve come to love.