The New York Restoration Project will offer hundreds of free trees at 18 Brooklyn locations this spring.
The New York coffee shop chain focuses on local ingredients and charitable giving.
The New Leaf cafe in Fort Tryon Park will serve its last meal on Dec. 28.
New Yorkers raising birds in their backyards said they like the organic eggs and fun of having a pet.
The garden now includes a new modular casita and may get WiFi and solar panels in the future.
The Crow Hill Community Association will host a tree giveaway this weekend as part of Million Trees NYC.
The plantings are also designed to enrich the Five Boro Bike Tour, which uses the park as a main stop.
Students built fences around tree pits at IS 52, but dog owners are ignoring them, volunteers said.
The Jackson Heights Beautification Group teamed up with the New York Restoration Project for the event
The icicles on Dyckman Street are the work of photographer Luis Baez-Correa.
Bade Stageberg Cox has been chosen to design a boathouse and learning center along the Inwood waterfront.
A parking lot at the famous piano-making headquarters is being fitted with storm-resilient features.
Midler, founder of New York Restoration Project, helped open the renovated Gil Hodges community garden.
A crew of volunteers has helped spruce up a staircase once known as a magnet for trash and drugs.
Eight firms will submit plans for an outdoor classroom and boat facility at the Sherman Creek boat site.
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