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Ponds, Pipes, and People: Water in Central Park (March 22, 2014)
When you think about landscapes in Central Park, they’re usually of the green variety – rolling meadows, lush gardens, and leafy woodlands. But the Park is also home to liquid landscapes: seven water bodies that compose almost 20 percent of the Park’s total area. On March 22nd, the Central Park Conservancy opened a new educational exhibit that explores the significance of water in the Park’s history and design, its vibrant aquatic ecosystems, and the Conservancy’s care of 150 acres of water in the middle of a dense urban landscape.
Official Central Park Tours (Feb. 27, 2014)
The best way to explore the world's most famous park has arrived! Official Central Park Tours, launching March 1, 2014, are the only tours designed and led by the organization with more than 30 years of experience restoring and maintaining the iconic park: Central Park Conservancy.
Spring in Numbers (Feb. 1, 2014)
According to your calendar, spring begins on March 20. But for the Central Park Conservancy, which must prepare for the change in weather and spike in Park visitors, the season begins months earlier.
This is New York: Central Park Horticulture Director on Constructing Spring (Epoch Times; March 29, 2014)
Central Park has seen 156 springs, and no spring is ever quite the same. In a decade marked by extreme weather, the gardeners of America’s largest urban park face new questions. But Maria Hernandez, the horticulture director of the Central Park Conservancy, has it under control. She is an expert in the art of preparing park flowers to sashay into bloom.
In the Treetops, a Winter Gift (New York Times; Feb. 22, 2014)
Egyptomania Exhibit (The Wall Street Journal; Dec. 2, 2013)