Registration for this event is now closed. However, details have been email to those of you who have already signed up, and we also provide them below.
- When: Saturday, November 17, 2012, 10:00 am–1:00 pm.
- Where: Hudson River Park on Manhattan’s West Side. Meet at West 26th Street, by the Habitat Garden in front of Pier 66.
- What: Restoring topsoil and mulch that was washed by the storm surge.
- Bring with you/wear: Full water bottle, closed-toe shoes, long pants, clothing that can get dirty. Please check the weather and dress accordingly. If you have work gloves, please bring them, but we will also have some available. If you have an SCA shirt or hat, please wear it.
- Provided: Tools, gloves, project materials, and water.
- Waiver: We will need you to fill out this volunteer waiver. If you can fill it out and email it prior to the event or bring it with you tomorrow, it will save time on check in. We will also have printed waivers available at the Park.
- Questions: please email Ann Pedtke.
Note from Carrie Roble, Dir. of Environmental Education & Stewardship at the Park:
Your efforts will have both immediate and lasting impacts here in the Hudson River Park. The ﬂow and ebb of Hurricane Sandy’s ﬂoodwaters stripped the Park’s gardens and vegetative spaces bare. You will be part of a work crew restoring topsoil and mulch to plant beds. For the many thousands who use the Park each day, this “re-beautification” will be a strong step forward for the visual restoration of the Park’s grounds. For the plants here in the Park, the soil and mulch addition will provide structure, nutrients, and a covering essential to plant survival over the winter months ahead. We greatly appreciate your efforts in helping us restore the Park.
We look forward to seeing you there!