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Upper West Side »

Tree-Less UWS Block 'Stands Out Like a Sore Thumb,' Residents Say

The block between West 77th and 78th streets also lost a bus shelter and is set for a newsstand.

Clinton Hill »

40 New Trees Coming to Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill

The trees will be planted on Myrtle Avenue between Hall Street and Emerson Place.

Williamsbridge »

Bronx Schoolchildren Plant Trees in Bronx River Forest

Students from the Bronx Community Charter School planted trees on Friday in the Bronx River Forest.

Jackson Heights »

Free Tree Giveaway Taking Root in Jackson Heights

The Jackson Heights Beautification Group teamed up with the New York Restoration Project for the event

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Dairy Truck Destroys 25-Year-Old Tree on West 45th Street, Neighbors Say

The tree was knocked down on Saturday after a Bartlett Dairy truck smashed into it, neighbors said.

Sunnyside »

Dozens of Trees to Be Planted in Queens to Replace Those Downed by Sandy

The Greening Western Queens Initiative will plant 70 trees in Sunnyside and Woodside this spring.

Chelsea »

Hudson River Park Seeks Volunteer Gardeners

The park hopes to maintain its gardens with an army of volunteer landscapers.

Long Island City »

'Shady Park' Gets $10K Grant to Replace Trees Downed by Hurricane Sandy

Jimmy Van Bramer announced $10,000 in funding for the park, which lost its beloved trees in the storm.

Hunts Point »

Tree Giveaway Lets Bronxites Beautify Their Backyards, Parks and Gardens

New York Restoration Project will offer 625 free trees at various Bronx sites from March 30 to April 28.

Astoria »

Tree Care Class Helps Queens Residents Branch Out into World of Pruning

Scholarships are available for Queens residents to take the 5-week course offered this spring in Astoria.

Chelsea »

Martha Stewart Kicks Off Tree Adoptions at Hudson River Park

The celebrity helped launched a new program letting donors adopt trees online.

Fort Greene »

Parents, Dog Owners First to Hit Ft. Greene Streets After Hurricane Sandy

Fort Greene parents and dog owners ventured out after the storm.

Prospect Heights »

Prospect Heights Recovers from Hurricane Sandy

The neighborhood saw relatively little damage after the storm.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn Heights Residents Begin Cleanup Effort in Wake of Hurricane Sandy

 Brooklyn Heights' tree-lined strees were littered with leaves and branches, but had no serious damage.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Residents Say They're 'Fortunate' in Wake of Hurricane Sandy

Dozens of trees were felled, but the neighborhood avoided major power outages and floodings.

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