Will you help care for Fort Tryon Park’s trees? The park has seen considerable tree loss and damage due to storms and the park’s age. Because of the changes to storm patterns, trees require more ongoing attention. Many are aging and require specialized care.
By making your tax-deductible End of Year Gift HERE, we can preserve the scenic, health, and safety qualities of trees by:
-Protecting historic elms from Dutch elm disease at the cost of $50k biennially
-Funding strategic tree limb pruning to improve tree health
-Removing invasive plant species from choking trees
-Removing dead trees and limbs
Fort Tryon Park has been a lifeline throughout the pandemic. With its world-class horticulture, unique architectural elements, and plentiful trees, Fort Tryon Park requires special care beyond the baseline of what NYC Parks can provide. Support us TODAY!