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One of Buffalo's most treasured cultural assets, this public urban forest is maintained, preserved and restored by the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy (BOPC), in a successful public-private partnership with the city of Buffalo.  We invite you to learn more about these historic open spaces, about their creator, Frederick Law Olmsted, the father of landscape architecture, and about the BOPC.  


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Special Holiday Membership Offer ... Complete with a 'Tyler's Toque'


Here's the perfect stocking stuffer for that Sabres fan who's also a fan of our Olmsted Parks!
$35 special offer, fan will receive:
- Limited edition 'Tyler's Toque' knit cap
- 1 year individual membership* to the Conservancy (value $35)

$100 special offer, fan will receive:
- 2 tickets to the Sabres vs. Islanders game on 2/8/15 (value $70)
- Limited edition 'Tyler's Toque' knit cap
- 1 year individual membership* to the Conservancy
- Private meet/greet autograph signing session with Tyler Myers on 1/4/15 in the Parkside Lodge (Delaware Park)

Order your 'Tyler's Toque' before December 31, 2014 and while supplies last, simply visit www.sabres.com/toque or stop by The Sabres Store in the First Niagara Center.

Special thanks to our generous supporters: The Buffalo Sabres, New Era, Lawley & Entercom

* If you're currently a member of the Conservancy, this promotion will apply to the renewal of your membership.

Net proceeds from your purchase will benefit the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy.
 



Latest News


Stephanie Crockatt Named Interim CEO

The board named Stephanie Crockatt, the conservancy's current senior director of institutional advancement, interim CEO. Stephanie joined the conservancy this past June, following seven years as director of extrenal affairs for the University of Georgia College of Environmental Design starting in 2007. Prior to that, she was president and executive director of the LPGA Tournament Owners Association from 1999 - 2007. For five years, she served as tournament co-director for the LPGA Oldsmobile Classic. She holds a bachelor of landscape architecture with a focus on golf course design, and a master of parks and recreation both from Michigan State University.

 

Delaware Park: One of America's Greatest Places

The APA proclaimed Buffalo's very own Delaware Park as one of the 10 Great Public Places in America. 

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