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HE CAME, HE SAW, HE DESIGNED.
It was 150 years ago this year that Frederick Law Olmsted visited the Queen City and began the process of developing Buffalo’s public park system. Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Yearlong Celebration to Include Unique Events and Commemorative Opportunities Read More
ADVOCACY IS A COMPLICATED ART, REQUIRING THAT YOU IGNORE ALL THE REASONS WHY IT WON’T BE SUCCESSFUL AND TRUST IN THE MAJOR REASON WHY IT WILL.
Risks for what’s important require great fortitude and energy. Read More
THE DELAWARE PARK GOLF COURSE, PAST AND FUTURE
When I feel like golfing, but don’t want to drive very far or spend a lot of money, I head over to Delaware Park for a quick round. I play alone or join up with others. Read More
WHAT IS AN ARBORETUM?
According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, an arboretum is defined as, “a place where trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants are cultivated for scientific and educational purposes.” Read More
WHEN YOU DRIVE OVER THE LINCOLN PARKWAY BRIDGE PAST HOYT LAKE ONTO THE SCAJAQUADA ROADWAY, YOU MAY NOTICE THOSE GRANITE FINIALS FOR A COUPLE OF SECONDS AS YOU PASS.
They are successors to the oak and cast iron railings of the past. This bridge is the third to span that spot over our park lake. Read More