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Crown Heights »

The Crow Hill Community Association will host a tree giveaway this weekend as part of Million Trees NYC.

Astoria »

The plantings are also designed to enrich the Five Boro Bike Tour, which uses the park as a main stop.

Inwood »

Students built fences around tree pits at IS 52, but dog owners are ignoring them, volunteers said.

Jackson Heights »

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

Inwood »

The icicles on Dyckman Street are the work of photographer Luis Baez-Correa.

Inwood »

Bade Stageberg Cox has been chosen to design a boathouse and learning center along the Inwood waterfront.

Ditmars »

A parking lot at the famous piano-making headquarters is being fitted with storm-resilient features.

Gowanus »

Midler, founder of New York Restoration Project, helped open the renovated Gil Hodges community garden.

High Bridge »

A crew of volunteers has helped spruce up a staircase once known as a magnet for trash and drugs.

Inwood »

Eight firms will submit plans for an outdoor classroom and boat facility at the Sherman Creek boat site.

South Jamaica »

New York City runs the nation's largest community garden program with more than 600 green-thumb hubs.

Forest Hills »

Organizers hope to put the “forest” back into Forest Hills.

Hunts Point »

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

Inwood »

Downed trees have been removed, but trash still remains at Sherman Creek.

Inwood »

Hurricane Sandy uprooted trees and caused damage at Swindler Cove, a restored natural habitat.