Hudson River Park Introduces Four Seasons of Sustainability

by | Feb 23, 2017 | Downtown Living

Hudson River Park / Photo: Meatpacking District

Hudson River Park / Photo: Meatpacking District

Hudson River Park is an urban oasis and generally considered New York City’s premier waterfront park. Serving as an escape from the hustle of New York City, Hudson River Park is a place where people can go to reflect and realize the natural beauty adjoining their metropolis. Also known as New York’s “Park for Play,” offering activities and attractions from mini golf and trampoline classes to kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding, what most don’t realize is that the Park serves as a leader of environmental preservation with a range of eco-friendly initiatives year round, dedicated to protecting and restoring the ecosystem in an around Hudson River Park.

With initiatives that span each of the four seasons — its Habitat Garden for the spring, its Oyster Restoration in the summer, its Lights By L’Oréal in the autumn, and its Composting Center in the winter — Hudson River Park remains dedicated to its mission of sustainability. In turn, Hudson River Park not only protects our environment, but works to educate and engage the community so that we can all help protect our world.

More info can be found on the Hudson River Park website: www.hudsonriverpark.org.

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