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Lady Liberty in New York Harbor was the first to witness the September 11th attacks on the American homeland.  Eight million New Yorkers, from the purple mountains of the Hudson Highlands to the shores of Montauk Point, experienced overwhelming grief, shared with their fellow Americans across our great land. The greatest calling from citizens is the reunion of community spirit.  Bringing people together to comfort those in need and demonstrate patriotism and the feeling of support we have as a united nation.  Much of the strength is symbolized through community tree planting efforts where by people can simply be a part of the growth of a tree.

1 About American Patriot Garden Project
2 American Patriot Garden Project images

The Lower Hudson – Long Island Resource Conservation and Development Council, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3, non-profit organization made up of volunteers working in partnership with local communities and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service. Providing assistance to Urban and Rural Communities throughout Brooklyn, Dutchess, Manhattan, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Rockland, Staten Island, Suffolk, The Bronx, Ulster and Westchester.