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The benefits of green spaces have been confirmed in study after study. Not only do yards, parks and sports fields […]
When Hurricane Sandy left Liberty and Ellis islands under several feet of saltwater, management at national parks was inundated with […]
Project EverGreen mobilizes partners and volunteers to restore Liberty Island’s 9/11 Memorial Grove that was devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
Volunteers will plant new trees, treat damaged soil and re-dedicate the site ravaged by Hurricane Sandy
LIBERTY ISLAND, NEW YORK, N.Y. […]
German Embassy Recognizes Restoration of Historic German-American Friendship Garden at the National Mall in Washington D.C.
Project EverGreen, Ruppert Nurseries and Oehme Van Sweden Landscape Architects Volunteers Join the National Park Service to Honor the Pro […]
Project EverGreen Assists Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island By Donating Post-Hurricane Sandy Hazardous Tree Removal
Non-profit mobilizes Paul Cowie, arborist consultant, tree care provider Bartlett Tree Experts and
Non-Profit Links Area Landscape Contractor Volunteers in Support of Mall and Memorial Parks, German Embassy and DC Landscape […]
This year the Statue of Liberty will celebrate her 127th birthday, and Project EverGreen plans to honor that event with […]
Over the past 10 years, Greensboro’s Southeast Middle School (SEMS) experienced exponential growth, requiring new classroom buildings that unfortunately took […]
Crockett Square Park and Columbus Park in downtown San Antonio are getting a facelift they both need, through a collaborative […]