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PAST EVENTS

A Tree Walk with Trees New York at The Evergreens Cemetery

Saturday, May 4, 2024

​Join Trees New York's Arborist, Sam Bishop, and Environmental Educator, Christina McLaughlin, for a free tree walk at the historic Evergreens Cemetery in Brooklyn and learn about the trees. With more than 3,000 trees, and winding tree lined roadways, originally planned in 1849 by noted landscape architect A.J. Downing, the Evergreens is accredited as a Level II Arboretum.

Tree Walk with Arborist Sam Bishop

Saturday, November 25, 2023

Join Trees New York's Arborist, Sam Bishop, for a free tree walk at the Evergreens Cemetery in Brooklyn and learn about the trees. With more than 3,000 trees, and winding tree lined roadways, originally planned in 1849 by noted landscape architect A.J. Downing, the Evergreens is accredited as a Level II Arboretum. We will look at common and some less common trees in the cemetery's 225 acres, discuss the things that make them unique, and how they improve our environment.

Black Birders Week 2023

Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Join NYC Audubon, New York Restoration Project, and The Evergreens Cemetery Preservation Foundation for a birdy and historical stroll on day three of Black Birders Week.

Asian American and Pacific Heritage Month

Chinese Heritage at The Evergreens Cemetery 

Sunday, May 21, 2023

Join the Urban Park Rangers in a guided tour of the Evergreens Cemetery in honor of Asian American and Pacific Heritage Month. Walk among beautiful landscaped, architecture and explore the connections between the cemetery and New York’s Asian American population. Learn about the lives and activism of important Asian American figures buried in the cemetery.

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