View from Fort Tryon Park overlooking the Hudson River

Fort Tryon Park Trust

Fort Tryon Park Trust’s mission is to promote the restoration, preservation, and enhancement of this historic and scenic landmark for the benefit and use of the surrounding community and all New Yorkers.

Sunset on the Hudson Gala honoring Lynden Miller

Sunset on the Hudson Benefit Supper

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Join us at The Fort Tryon Park Trust's Annual Gala, "Sunset on the Hudson." This year we will be honoring public garden designer Lynden Miller, a tireless advocate for New York City's open spaces and a designer of beautiful gardens. Lynden's gardens transformed public spaces and raised the standard for horticulture in community parks throughout New York City.

6:30 Cocktails in the Heather Garden
7:30 Dinner on the David Rockefeller Linden Terrace

Help Us Save Fort Tryon's American Elms!

Elm tree next to a path in Fort Tryon Park

Fort Tryon Park is graced by dozens of 100-year old American Elms. Transplanted as mature trees by John D. Rockefeller in the early 1930s, the elms have offered beauty and shade to the visitors and residents of New York City from the day the park opened. These glorious trees are in jeopardy as Dutch elm disease, a deadly fungus that infects the sapwood of elm trees, has invaded the park. To preserve these majestic trees we’ve begun a rigorous course of pruning, removing infected trees, innoculating remaining trees, and air spading mature roots. We need your help to preserve our unique American elms so the park can continue to have their glorious canopy, shade and habitat for wildlife.

Heather Gardens


Alpine Gardens



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