Thursday, September 17, 2009

Fresh View of NY on The High Line

For a change of perspec-tive, a burst of hope, and a living testament to renewal and restoration visit the High Line. This resurrected former railroad near the Hudson is awash in seasonal plantings and the energy of new beginnings. Naturestages' new project, THE HIGH LINE STORIES interweaves urban legends of plants, people, and history to celebrate this great new vantage point on the urban nature of NY. Thanks to everyone who made this happen and keeps it going.

Preservation and restoration are themes running through many activities in the coming months. So many dedicated people continue contribute time, money, and the gifts of their talent to transforming what has been neglected and to maintaining what matters. From Seatuck Environmental Association's new Nature Center on Long Island to Central Park's fallen trees clean-up crews, good work is happening everywhere.

Haiku Hut continues to encourage local contributors' on Long Island and Orion Magazine's Wildbranch Workshop is an out and out gift to natural history writers like Karen De Mauro.


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