• Data Coordinator Michael Riccio and Woodlands Foreperson Brian Conaty at McGown's Pass.
  • Conservatory Garden PEP Officer helping out Conservacy Senior Gardener Earl Munroe clearing paths in Garden.
  • Conservatory Garden Grounds Technician Stephan Mahoney sweeping the last of the leaves on the paths in the crabapple allee.
  • Cleaning up the north garden for the magnificent annual chrysanthemum display.
  • Composting the storm leaves and debris.
  • Conservancy staff removing fallen limbs from path along Lake.
  • Conservancy tree crew and zone gardeners clearing pathwa near Bethesda Terrace.
  • Tree crew member Francisco Davila removing limbs from downed oak near Bow Bridge.
  • Tree Care Coordinator Kea Chea clearing oak tree debris near Bow Bridge.
  • Seasonal Conservancy staff member Holly Walton carrying debris.
  • Zone gardener Mauricio Perdomo and Turf Care Coordinator Jose Figueroa composting tree debris.
  • Zone gardener William Quansah clearing the Mall.
  • An uprooted maple in front of the Falconer.
  • Uprooted lindens at the Great Lawn.
  • Fallen lindens at the Great Lawn.
  • Benches damaged by fallen trees.
  • A oak fallen on a row of benches at the Tennis Center.
  • Fallen oak at the Tennis Center.
  • Uprooted tree at the North Meadow.
  • Eric Kohler and Pete Provenzale, members of the Conservancy's staff.
  • Oscar Ayaquica, a member of the Conservancy staff, cleaning debris.
  • An uprooted tree completely crushed a pipe rail fence in Memorial Grove.
  • Central Park Conservancy Tree Crew member Paul Okarmus removes a dangling limb from a Pin Oak on Central Park West.
  • Conservancy Tree Crew member Francisco Davila assists his colleague in the removal of a tree limb.
  • Contractors, paid for by donations to the Conservancy and supervised by Conservancy staff, have helped to clean and restore the Park.

Conservancy staff is continuing its work following Hurricane Sandy. We currently estimate that more than 800 were destroyed or damaged by the storm. There has also been damage to the Park's benches, fencing and ballfield equipment. Conservancy staff has worked with twelve teams of contractors, paid for and supervised by the Conservancy, to expedite restoration of the Park.

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Repairs to Central Park are possible thanks to the support of our members. We truly thank those who support us.