At our Scope Meeting two months ago, one thing everyone wanted to know was what was going on behind the fences of the Willoughby entrance construction project. Since then, the dark green veils on the fence have come down and now everyone can look inside to see the change happen day by day. Here is some additional information to whet your capital project appetite.
Hello (internet) world!
It's been a long time coming, and we're so very excited to announce the official launch of our new website. Here at our new web home, you'll find resources and information on the Park's history, the Conservancy, current park happenings, and ways to stay connected to all things Fort Greene Park and get involved in the work we're doing.
We hope you'll love it as much as we do, but don't let that mean that we're too attached to any particular feature of it. If you've got any feedback on things you'd like to see here, or things we can improve on, don't hesitate to email me (email@example.com), or your Conservancy at firstname.lastname@example.org. LIke after any moving project, we'll probably be making a lot of changes to the website as we figure out what works and what doesn't, and bring in what you want to see. So please, speak up!
So explore, learn, and discover more ways to be proud in Fort Greene Park through this new web experience. There are plenty more events coming to Fort Greene throughout the coming months, and stay tuned to learn more. Find us on social media, and show us how you're #parkproud.
See you in the Park,
Programming and Development Coordinator
Fort Greene Park Conservancy