The Queens Giant, also known as the Alley Pond Giant, is the oldest and tallest tree in NYC located between Douglaston and Bayside. Finding it is the challenge.
"Wildman" Steve Brill leads urban food foraging tours of NYC area parks, part of his mission to promote urban agriculture and sustainable eating.
in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn sits a little traffic triangle officially called "Cough Triangle" that's part of the New York City Greenstreets program.
This is the story of Larry Hagberg, who has been working as a blacksmith for the New York City Parks Dept. in Central Park since 1976.
The NYC Parks Department held a public event at the Queens Theatre called “Listening Sessions” on the future of the NYS Pavilion and 1964 World's Fair site.
The Bronx is has the most parks of any other borough in New York City, such as Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx Park, Wave Hill, Woodlawn Cemetery, Pelham Bay Park
The city announces first ever master plan for Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, the third largest park in NYC.