Inwood Nature Center

Inwood Nature Center

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Inwood Nature Center on the penninsula of Inwood Hill Park along the Spuyten Dyvval canal.

There are planter boxes at this site (Northeastern section of Inwood Hill Park along the water front) made by Claudia, who started the "Garden of Union" in Brooklyn near the Park Slope Food Coop.

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BTW, Claudia = Claudia Joseph

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Actually the planters were implemented by someone else, while Claudia designed them. We had bigger plans, but lost our contact at this site and haven't gotten anywhere with the current staff.

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BTW, Claudia = Claudia Joseph

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Actually the planters were implemented by someone else, while Claudia designed them. We had bigger plans, but lost our contact at this site and haven't gotten anywhere with the current staff.

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