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01/13/2017 at 20:35. Facebook
The landscapes of Central Park in winter are exceptionally breathtaking. With their leaves long gone, the trees take on a whole new character. Wintertime sparseness reveals a fascinating and complicated architecture of branches, canopies, and trunks.

Enjoy our photo series of #WinterTrees, and share your own in the comments!

You can learn more about the trees of Central Park by visiting our...
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01/12/2017 at 19:43. Facebook
LIVE from the Ramble: we're taking a warm winter walk through the trails of Central Park's intricate woodland
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01/11/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
Visitors see how beautiful Central Park is, but not everyone realizes the massive trash management effort that Conservancy staff puts forth to keep it that way. To help collect the 2,000 tons of trash and 58 tons of recyclables that pass through Central Park every year, a squadron of electric vehicles is coming to the rescue...

(via The New York Times)

New Fleet of Fume-Free Trash Collectors Heads to Central Park

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01/11/2017 at 20:10. Facebook
Happy Birthday, Alexander Hamilton!

Hamilton's sculpture stands between the Great Lawn and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but at the time of its dedication in 1880 would have stood near the old Croton Aqueduct Receiving Reservoir.

Why is that significant? Because in addition to writing the Federalist Papers, devising a financial system for the U.S. (and serving as the first Secretary of...
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01/09/2017 at 14:01. Facebook
It takes 20 plows, two dozen snow-throwers, and a dozen snow brooms to clear pathways in Central Park after significant snowfall.

Learn more about the "gigantic undertaking" of preparing the Park for winter, courtesy of Untapped Cities.

Cities 101: The Secrets of Central Park’s Winter Routine

Central Park was blanketed in the first snow of 2017 late last night and it was magical!

Thank you to Paul Seibert Photography for sharing this dreamy image.
With snow in the forecast this weekend, there's no better time to lace up your boots and take a stroll in the Park.

Our January #MonthlyMile is your guide to a crisp and wintry jaunt through some of Central Park's brrrrrreathtaking landscapes.

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Part of what makes Central Park so special is the diverse wildlife population that calls it home, but why is it that the animals that make the woodlands and waterbodies buzz during the warmer seasons seem to vanish altogether in the cold winter months?

We spoke with an Urban Park Ranger from New York City Department of Parks & Recreation to learn more about some fascinating strategies that...
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Winter Stories from Central Park’s Wildlife

Visit Central Park, wherever you are, with our guided virtual walk!

You'll begin at West 72nd Street and winding through the heart of the Park, this interactive tour features 360 degree photos of iconic destinations, as well as an audio guide that follows your every virtual step.

Take a Virtual Tour of Central Park

Only a few more days to witness the winter magic of our holiday tree flotilla. Visit this seasonal spectacle on the waters of the Harlem Meer before it disappears...

Instagram photo by Central Park Conservancy • Jan 3, 2017 at 9:26pm UTC

"And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been." (Rainer Maria Rilke)

Happy New Year from Central Park!
Have you ever considered giving back to Central Park? Today is the day! For today only, thanks to a generous TRIPLE match, any gift to Central Park Conservancy will go three times as far.

Any donation made before midnight tonight will make an enormous difference for the 843 acres of gorgeous natural beauty that make up Central Park.

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Central Park provided an iconic backdrop for countless events this past year, ranging from intimate wedding ceremonies to citywide phenomena.

One of our favorite moments in 2016 was welcoming runners at the final leg of the TCS New York City Marathon. Over 51 thousand runners passed through Engineers' Gate this year, and it was inspiring to see so many faces light up to have arrived at the...
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All week, we'll be reflecting on the past year in Central Park. Looking back is a delight thanks to the stunning contributions of so many talented photographers.

We hope you enjoy a few of our favorite shots from Central Park in 2016.
As we close out 2016, we are looking back at some of our best moments from the past year.

First up: check out how the Conservancy's team of landscape architects made Central Park more beautiful and accessible for everyone.

A Year of Improvements: Planning, Design & Construction in Central Park

Merry Christmas from all of us at Central Park Conservancy!
Happy Hanukkah! Tonight the first light on the World's Largest Menorah in Grand Army Plaza will be lit.

Grand Army Plaza and the Pulitzer Fountain are cared for by Central Park Conservancy with your support. Thank you and best wishes for the season!
Bundle up and join the celebration! Our Annual Members Skating Party is on January 31, and offers Central Park Conservancy members (at the Protector level and above) an exclusive invitation to take a spin around Wollman Rink in celebration of this cheerful season!

Learn more about Conservancy membership here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
LIVE from Bethesda Terrace, featuring the "Winter" balustrade in celebration of the first day of winter!
Be sure to visit centralparknyc.org/winter for information on Park accessibility and safety during the winter months.

Photo: Chris Fanning (chrisfanning.com)