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10,000 Acres of Wetlands, Forests and Trails in NYC

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The August 11th edition of The New York Times featured an article by Winnie Hu documenting the work being done by the Alliance and allied organizations throughout New York City to not only preserve and restore our wetlands, forests and trails but to put these areas on the forefront of the public’s conscience.

The Alliance has teamed up with other nonprofits like the Natural Area Conservancy, with goals of restoring trails through our natural areas and the help is greatly appreciated. Said Deputy Director of the Bronx River Alliance, Maggie Scott Greenfield, "Having additional worker power to be able to help cover more ground is great."

Read The New York Times article here

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