Join Trees New York's Arborist, Sam Bishop, for a free tree walk at the historic Evergreens Cemetery in Brooklyn and learn about their 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.
The entrance is located at 1629 Bushwick Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11207. We will be meeting at 10 AM just inside that enterance to the cemetery.
The nearest subway is the A, C, L, or J to Broadway Junction. There are service changes affecting some of these lines, see the MTA's website for more information. Our route is a little over 1/2 mile on roads, with uphill and downhill grades. Event is rain or shine. If we need to cancel, participants will be notified by email. If you are driving please see below for Parking Information.
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Parking Directions: enter the cemetery at 1629 Bushwick, take the first right turn, then the first left turn. Please park along that road, map is below.
1629 Bushwick Avenue