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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.
New York City runs the nation's largest community garden program with more than 600 green-thumb hubs.
Organizers hope to put the “forest” back into Forest Hills.
New York Restoration Project will offer 625 free trees at various Bronx sites from March 30 to April 28.
Downed trees have been removed, but trash still remains at Sherman Creek.
Hurricane Sandy uprooted trees and caused damage at Swindler Cove, a restored natural habitat.
The Gil Hodges Carroll Street Community Garden is about to get a $245,000 renovation.
Tenants restored the garden at Robert Fulton Terrace with the help of Bette Midler-founded nonprofit.
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony planted the 11-year-old Pin Oak, marking the 500,000th tree planted in the citywide campaign to plant a million trees by 2017.
Community Board 12 voted to support a plan by the New York Restoration Project to rehabilitate a stretch of Sherman Creek along the Harlem River.
Hundreds of volunteers pitched in Thursday to build a new park at the 103rd St. Community Garden.
Volunteers can still sign up to build a kid-designed playground and community garden on 103rd Street.
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