Friends Of Edgewood Park

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Group planting a tree at Edgewood Park
Volunteers are Edgewood park
Volunteers at Edgewood park
Volunteers at Edgewood park
Newly planted flowers at Edgewood
Planted shrubs at Edgewood
Spotted: hunk of asphalt made into path marker.
Prior to our meeting, the Yale Class of 1964 was presented with a bench that sits in Edgewood Park's urban oasis site.

2019 Greenspace Report

The Friends of Edgewood Park and its Green Team, under the strong leadership of Stephanie Fitzgerald, are ardent stewards of spaces that make the park an inviting and enjoyable space. Through restoring the old promenade along Edgewood Avenue, tidying the garden at the midbridge, and clearing trails of knotweed, they spent the past two months rallying around projects that bring both aesthetic and ecosystem benefits. This summer's projects will continue into fall, as the group meets weekly year-round.

2019 Accomplishments

  • 8 trees planted (Hybrid maple (Pendleton and Edgewood) Hybrid maple (Pendleton and Edgewood) Hybrid maple (Pendleton and Edgewood) Hybrid maple (Pendleton and Edgewood) Red maple (Pendleton and Edgewood) Dogwood, 'kousa' (Midbridge) Hybrid elm (Hobart and Edgewood) Crabapple (Pendleton and Edgewood))
  • 3 shrubs planted (1 clethora (summer sweet) 1 ninebark 1 mountain laurel)
  • 5 perennials planted (2 achillea 3 catmint)
  • 0.5 yards compost spread
  • 1.0 yards mulch spread
  • 8 events
  • 5 volunteers
  • 52 volunteer hours