Martin Luther King Jr. Park Greenhouse

Martin Luther King Jr. Park Greenhouse The greenhouse is a City Buffalo facility, located in a public park at the corner of Best and Fillmore Ave
operated by The Buffalo Olmsted Park Conservancy

Operating as usual

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06/13/2021

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Photos from Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy's post
06/08/2021

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Photos from Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy's post
06/02/2021

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05/30/2021

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05/26/2021

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Timeline Photos
05/23/2021

Timeline Photos

Photos from Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy's post
05/23/2021

Photos from Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy's post

Photos from Prairie Moon Nursery's post
05/22/2021

Photos from Prairie Moon Nursery's post

05/22/2021

We are more than halfway to our goal and will be extending the raffle, wine pull and donation window through Sunday May 23, 11:59pm to reach $50,000! Please consider sustaining your parks as they have sustained you throughout the past year. Learn more at http://bfloparks.org/sis2021

Purchase 5 or more raffle tickets to win a private sailboat excursion on a Catalina 30, plus $250 to Templeton Landing Restaurant & Special Events!

Photos from Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy's post
05/16/2021

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05/13/2021
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05/12/2021

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Photos from Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy's post
05/07/2021

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05/06/2021
05/01/2021

As we commemorate Arbor Day in New York State, we are thrilled to have Margaret Lapp, South Park Arboretum Curator, share that Phase I of arboretum restoration has successfully commenced. This first phase is entirely devoted to improving the overall safety of South Park and improving the quality of trees throughout; projects include hazard tree removal and pruning of both Olmsted original and non-Olmsted original trees.

In addition, BOPC also planted a 𝙌𝙪𝙚𝙧𝙘𝙪𝙨 𝙢𝙖𝙘𝙧𝙤𝙘𝙖𝙧𝙥𝙖, commonly known as Mossycup Oak or Bur Oak, in honor of EC200 - Erie County Bicentennial #EC200. This tree was chosen to maintain the integrity of Olmsted’s original plan for the arboretum. Learn more about Phase 1 at bfloparks.org/sparp

Photo descriptions:
🌳 1st row, left: Dana O’Malley of the forestry team measures the depth of the tree
🌳 1st row, right: After ensuring the depth of the tree and hole matches, the forestry team begins to put back native soil to cover the root ball
🌳 2nd row, left: Forestry team finishes up the tree planting, right before new mulch is placed
🌳 2nd row, right: Margaret Lapp (2nd from right) shares about the Mossycup Oak with Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz, Stephanie Crockatt, David Colligan, and Dave Swarts

Photos from GObike Buffalo's post
04/29/2021

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04/24/2021

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04/23/2021

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Supporting Our Next Legacy Vision
04/17/2021
Supporting Our Next Legacy Vision

Supporting Our Next Legacy Vision

Author: Stephanie Crockatt, Executive Director at Buffalo Omsted Parks Conservancy Who would have imagined that 2020’s health pandemic would illuminate Buffalo’s lightbulb overhead as an “ah-ha moment” on why parks and access to healthy outdoor environments are absolutely essential? At the s...

Restoring the Scajaquada Corridor to Restore Opportunity
04/11/2021
Restoring the Scajaquada Corridor to Restore Opportunity

Restoring the Scajaquada Corridor to Restore Opportunity

Author: Luke Medina, GObike I'm a first-generation Buffalonian. I grew up on Rounds Avenue on Buffalo's northeast side, near University at Buffalo's south campus. My parents were the first generation in their families to grow up in the contiguous United States. My father was raised in East Harl

04/09/2021
04/03/2021

Happy Birthday, Erie County! 🌳🌷🎉 With 6 parks, 7 parkways, 8 circles and 3 smaller spaces, we are so proud to call this beautiful and historic region home! Learn more at EC200 - Erie County Bicentennial or www3.erie.gov/ec200/ for ways to engage in the celebration! #EC200

Amazing photos of Olmsted's circles by Scott Balzer

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1151 Fillmore Ave
Buffalo, NY
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