The High Line
01/22/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
Giant pussy willow's bark contains a chemical similar to aspirin and can be used to treat pain.

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Plant of the Week: Giant pussy willow | The High Line Blog

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The High Line
01/18/2017 at 21:17. Facebook
Planning to visit Santina? Be sure to check out their delicious Tuscan Chickpea Cecina Pancake, a Santina standard, pictured here with lamb and tuna tartare.

Santina is located underneath the High Line at Gansevoort St. and Washington St. Learn more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The High Line
01/17/2017 at 22:08. Facebook
This #hawk is keeping an eye on the High Line at the Rail Yards
As we honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and continue our efforts to make the High Line a welcoming place for all, we wanted to share with you, our supporters, a message that will greet our visitors.

Starting today, we will be posting the below message on signage throughout the park and sharing it via our digital channels to reinforce something we've always been proud of: the...
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#Volunteer on the High Line during our annual #SpringCutback!

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#Horticulture #Gardening #Volunteering

​Participate in Spring Cutback 2017

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Join the Friends of the High Line team! Current job openings include:

Foundation & Government Relations Coordinator

Manager of Youth Cultural Organizing

Seasonal Gardener

Corporate Partnerships Coordinator

Maintenance Electrician

Horticulture Intern

Temporary Key Holder

Temporary Retail Sales Associate

Chief Advancement Officer

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Current Openings - Friends of the High Line

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#ThrowbackThursday: The High Line during the recent snow storm

Photo by David Goodman Photos

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Via The Architect's Newspaper: The High Line announces a new major stage for sculpture on the park’s new section

“High Line Art continues to reach a broad, diverse audience—including more than 2.3 million New Yorkers annually—with free, world-class artwork 365 days a year. The #HighLinePlinth will expand the program’s impact by creating a one-of-a-kind destination for public art on the Spur,...
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The High Line announces a new major stage for sculpture on the park’s new section

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A major new destination for public art is coming to The High Line, and we're calling it the Plinth. Thanks to The New York Times for featuring it this week.

Twelve artists have been shortlisted for consideration for our first two Plinth commissions, and we'll be exhibiting models of the proposed artworks on the High Line starting next month.

The #HighLinePlinth is a major part of the design...
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High Line Art Announces the High Line Plinth

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Virginia rose's fruit can be harvested and made into a delicious jelly or jam.

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Plant of the Week: Virginia rose | The High Line Blog

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The High Line looks great in white—come visit!

Do you have a favorite pic of the High Line covered in #snow? Share it in the comments & tag it with #HighLineSnow on Twitter & Instagram.

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Huge thanks to our crew for their hard work clearing snow from the High Line this morning!
Shadows along the High Line | Photo courtesy of Steven Severinghaus
Japanese forest grass is often planted on slopes to maximize its cascading effect.

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Plant of the Week: Japanese forest grass | The High Line Blog

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The view of the #HudsonRiver from the High Line never gets old...
Congrats to Heartbeat Opera, who performed during our 2016 Out of Line series! Learn more about them in our September blog post: [ Bit.ly Link ]
#HappyNewYear from Friends of the High Line! Here's to a wonderful #2017.
Thanks for making The High Line one of #NYC's 10 most Instagrammed places!

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And don't forget to check out the full list of the city's most Instagrammed spots in Curbed NY's overview: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Stay dry out there!
The leaf blades of northern sea oats take on a copper brown color in winter.

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Plant of the Week: Northern sea oats | The High Line Blog

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