“Forever Green”—a plan to restore New York City’s Central Park

First opened to the public in 1858, New York City’s Central Park is today the most heavily visited urban park in the United States with some 42 million visitors annually. The Central Park Conservancy, the primary, private overseer of the park, recently announced an ambitious plan to restore the landscape and historic structures, entitled “Forever Green: Ensuring the Future of Central Park.”


Central Park, Bucolic but Aging, Is in a Quest for $300 Million

By Robin Pogrebin

The New York Times

July 13, 2016

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