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Category: Invasives

2017
 

A Native Meadow in Progress, the Dene Slope Opens to the Public

By Central Park Conservancy|21 September 2017
The Dene Slope, a vibrant native meadow that features a trail with rustic seating and stunning views... Read more  

 

Plant ID with the Dichotomous Key

By Institute for Urban Parks|13 February 2017
Successful park management hinges on knowing what plants are in your landscape and what kind of care... Read more  

 

Invasive Species Management in Central Park (Part 2)

By Shanna Blanchard, Coordinator of Career Development Programs at the Central Park Conservancy Institute for Urban Parks|06 February 2017
One of the Conservancy’s current invasive species management projects, the Hallett Nature Sanc... Read more  

 

Should We Embrace Invasive Species? (Part 1 of a 2-post series)

By Shanna Blanchard, Coordinator of Career Development Programs at the Central Park Conservancy Institute for Urban Parks|30 January 2017
There have been numerous debates that call attention to the energy and time organizations spend mana... Read more  

2016
 

College Interns Count Emerging Invasives in Central Park

By Institute for Urban Parks|12 December 2016
Our Horticultural Sciences interns work in Central Park for 10 weeks in the summer to learn about th... Read more  

 

Creating a Wildflower Meadow in the Dene

By Institute for Urban Parks|24 August 2016
How do you establish a meadow of native wildflowers in an urban park that gets over 42 million visit... Read more  

 

Fostering Public Engagement with Urban Flora

By Institute for Urban Parks|10 August 2016
What would an urban park be without its flora? From the shade of a tree's canopy to the sweet smell ... Read more  

 

ROOTS in the Hallett Nature Sanctuary

By Institute for Urban Parks|03 August 2016
Surrounded by the Pond at the southeast corner of Central Park is the four-acre Hallett Nature Sanct... Read more