CENTRAL PARK — If you pay attention, you may notice that Central Park has gotten a bit of a facelift.
Monuments are coming back to life after decades of wear and tear, woodlands have been restored and walkways have been patched up.
The improvements are being funded through the Central Park Conservancy's $300 million "Forever Green" campaign, launched in July 2016.
The Conservancy "is working to ensure the future of Central Park for the enjoyment of generations to come," said Douglas Blonksy, president and CEO of the group, which maintains the park.
Most recently, the Conservancy restored the bronze monument to King Jagiello — the grand duke of Lithuania and Polish king — at the east end of Turtle Pond near East 79th Street.
The group would not say how much of the grant money has been used so far.
To see the changes, move the slider over the "before" and "after" photos: