Archive for the ‘Planning and Improving the Greenway’ Category
08 Apr 2013
Our thanks to more than 30 people who attended our North End Community Meeting on April 2nd at Fairmont Hotel…
28 Jan 2013
The parks may be sleeping for the winter, but our Horticulture staff is busy planning for the vibrant spring that awaits. As part of the overall effort to continue caring for and improving upon the Greenway’s landscapes and plant collections, this Spring the Conservancy’s Horticulture staff will oversee beautification efforts in the North End Parks.
31 Oct 2012
The Rose Kennedy Greenway, like all other New England parks, experienced the force of Hurricane Sandy Monday and into Tuesday. Before the Hurricane struck, our staff took a number of steps to make sure that any damage incurred was minimized.
20 Sep 2012
Today we had the privilege of sitting down with Fox, one of the characters created for the new custom carousel on the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
17 Sep 2012
Today we had the privilege of sitting down with Skunk, one of the characters created for the new custom carousel on the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
14 Sep 2012
We've planned a special week of activities celebrating the Greenway's new custom carousel! We caught up with Linda, our Director of Planning & Design, who has worked tirelessly to bring this delightful new carousel to the Greenway.
24 Aug 2012
During the past week, several sections of turf that had experienced compaction due to rain and then heavy foot traffic have been replaced. We spoke with Stu Shillaber, Superintendent of Horticulture for the Greenway Conservancy, about the process.
16 May 2012
“All those learning sessions in the classroom, how to do this and how to do that, and where to put things, that all paid off when we went to Dewey. We already knew what we were doing, all we had to do was just do it.”
11 May 2012
In the words of Green & Grow Apprentice Randi “I feel really good about being involved in the Dewey project. It’s nice to know that my suggestions will actually be used and that people are going to benefit from our work.”
30 Mar 2012
To learn more about the four-season interest garden planned for Dewey Square Park, we stopped by to talk with Darrah, a member of our horticulture team at the conservancy.