BOPC Annual Report – 2017
BOPC Annual Report – 2016
BOPC Annual Report – 2015
Buffalo Olmsted Park System Map & Guide
IRS Form 990
Donor Bill of Rights
South Park Arboretum Restoration Project Feasibility Study, 2018
Route 198 Resource Library
Plan for the 21st Century – Parks Restoration Master Plan
BOPC Construction & Landscape Design Guidelines
South Park Garden Walk
Interested in a self-guided walking tour of South Park from 1888? Click below to download Kirshner and Kirshner’s “A Walking Tour of Olmsted’s South Park Arboretum”
Riverside Park – River Rock Gardens Rehabilitation Project
First Annual Report from the Buffalo Parks Commissioners in 1869
The Best Planned City in the World: Olmsted, Vaux, and the Buffalo Park System by Francis R. Kowsky
Olmsted in Buffalo and Niagara by Lynda Schneekloth, Robert Shibley, and Thomas Yots
Olmsted, photographs by Mark Dellas
Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America, WNED Documentary
Presentation Speaker Series with Brian Dold
Brian Dold, ASLA, BLA
Brian Dold is the Planning & Design Manager with the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, our region’s leading not-for-profit, membership-based organization, responsible for the maintenance and operations of Buffalo’s beloved Olmsted Park and Parkway System.
Mr. Dold has been working with the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy for over ten years. During this time he played a key role in developing the award winning Buffalo Olmsted Parks System: Plan for the 21st Century. In addition, Brian has been responsible for coordinating the reforestation effort in the Olmsted parks following the 2006 October Surprise storm, which has resulted in the planting of over 3000 trees and various other landscape restoration projects. Since 2008, leading the effort to execute the 21st Century Plan, Brian has assisted the BOPC in securing over $3 million in capital project fund through various grant awards.
A Buffalo native, Brian Dold earned his Bachelors of Science in Landscape Architect from Cornell University in 2003. In 2009 he attended a two week intensive seminar at the Historic Landscape Institute at the University of Virginia.
For more information and/or to schedule a presentation, please contact Patty Mertens at Patty@bfloparks.org or call (716) 838-1249, ext. 10.