Just one year ago, Hurricane Sandy’s rampage through New Jersey and New York left behind a trail of damage in some of the city’s most treasured cultural and natural assets: Central Park, The New York Botanical Garden, New York Aquarium, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, South Street Seaport, the Noguchi Museum (Long Island City) and others – for some an ongoing, costly recovery. We’ll head to New Jersey too to look at historical sites as well as natural areas that were damaged and what communities are doing to help in their recovery. Come back to learn about the resilience of the region’s iconic cultural assets!
Two stories posted last year in Green News Update
Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy on museums and gardens Nov 8 2012
Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy: New Jersey museums, wildlife refuges Nov 19 2012