The High Line
03/24/2017 at 16:39. Facebook
As the snow melts on the lawn, we're once again treated to the sight of crocuses.

Photos by Liz Ligon
The High Line
03/24/2017 at 14:31. Facebook
This month's #GardeningintheSky post explores how spring's early arrival affects our annual Spring Cutback.

Read the full blog post: [ Link ]

Gardening in the Sky: Cutting Back on Winter | The High Line Blog
The High Line
03/23/2017 at 19:14. Facebook
The High Line's #SpringCutback got a shoutout in The New York Times' "New York Today: Spring Cleaning": [ Link ]
The High Line
03/23/2017 at 15:50. Facebook
Treat yourself to a pair of #HighLineSocks at the #HighLineShop at Artists & Fleas at Chelsea Market.

We’re open Monday to Saturday from 10 AM to 9 PM and Sunday from 10 AM to 8 PM. Enter at 10th Avenue and West 15th Street. Mention this post & we’ll knock 10% off your next purchase.

You can also shop online 24/7: [ Link ]
The High Line
03/22/2017 at 19:44. Facebook
Join us as The High Line kicks off its exciting 2017 programming season and comes alive with music, comedy, and stories. Enjoy a first look at the new High Line Art group exhibition Mutations and Henry Taylor's mural the floaters, and delight in delicious bites from our local High Line Food vendors.

To RSVP, visit: [ Link ]. Culture Shock is free to attend.

Event schedule:

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Culture Shock

The High Line
03/22/2017 at 18:58. Facebook
Can you spot The High Line on the cover of this week's The New Yorker?
The High Line
03/21/2017 at 21:12. Facebook
Graceful cattail's stalk holds both male and female flowers.

Learn more about our #PlantoftheWeek: [ Link ]

Plant of the Week: Graceful cattail | The High Line Blog
The High Line
03/20/2017 at 19:29. Facebook
The High Line
03/20/2017 at 17:47. Facebook
Happy #firstdayofspring! We spotted these crocuses on the High Line prior to the snowstorm, and we’re looking forward to more spring-like weather soon.

Plan your next High Line visit at: [ Link ]

Friends of the High Line
Spring Cutback Volunteer Spotlight

We're thrilled to feature a Q&A with High Line volunteer Alfredo Taylor-White, who is participating in Spring Cutback for the third year in a row. This year, he also helped lead our Spring Cutback volunteer training.

Learn more: [ Link ]


Spring Cutback Volunteer Spotlight: Alfredo Taylor-White
The High Line near 23rd Street, as seen from above.

by Timothy Schenck

Like spaghetti arrabiata? Check out this delicious recipe from Santina, a coastal Italian restaurant located underneath the High Line at Gansevoort Street and Washington Street.

See the recipe: [ Link ]

Santina: Spaghetti Arrabiata Recipe
Friends of the High Line gardeners and volunteers kicked off Spring Cutback, our biggest horticulture undertaking of the year, on Monday, March 6.

In keeping with planting designer Piet Oudolf's vision, High Line plants are not trimmed back at the onset of cold weather as they are in most gardens. Instead, when spring arrives High Line gardeners and volunteers work to clear out dried grasses...
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If you're looking for ways to become more involved in local, state, and national politics, join us tomorrow for workshops led by a group of experts who will answer questions about civil rights, local government, and how to be an ally.

Workshops cover topics including targeted giving, bystander intervention training, and first amendment rights, among others.

Learn more & RSVP: [ Link...
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Civic Education Workshops | Saturday, March 11
Good morning from a snow-dusted High Line!

Plan your visit: [ Link ]

This Saturday, join us for free civic education workshops!

Topics include targeted giving, upstander training, running for office, and first amendment rights. The event is the last in a series of programs presented in conjunction with Zoe Leonard’s "I want a president" (1992), on view on the western pillar of The Standard, High Line, through March 2017.

RSVP: [ Link ]

Civic Education Workshops | Saturday, March 11, 2017 | RSVP Now
Indian hemp can be used to create rope for weaving, fishing, trapping, clothing, or shelter.

Learn more about our #PlantoftheWeek: [ Link ]

Plant of the Week: Apocynum cannabium | The High Line Blog
Happy #InternationalWomensDay!
Thanks to WNYC Radio for interviewing our Co-Founder and Exec. Director, Robert Hammond, about how we're working with members of our community to continue to make the High Line an extraordinary public space.

Learn more: [ Link ]

Just for Tourists? High Line Co-Founder Says No
It's a wonderful day to sit outside! Will you join us on the High Line?

Plan your visit: [ Link ]