The Remains of Winter

Acclaimed artist Athena LaTocha’s large-scale installation explores the history of Green-Wood’s landscape as one of continuous movement and alteration, beginning with the glaciers that shaped the land in the prehistoric era, through the Rural Cemetery Movement of the nineteenth century.

The Remains of Winter

Acclaimed artist Athena LaTocha’s large-scale installation explores the history of Green-Wood’s landscape as one of continuous movement and alteration, beginning with the glaciers that shaped the land in the prehistoric era, through the Rural Cemetery Movement of the nineteenth century.

The Remains of Winter

Acclaimed artist Athena LaTocha’s large-scale installation explores the history of Green-Wood’s landscape as one of continuous movement and alteration, beginning with the glaciers that shaped the land in the prehistoric era, through the Rural Cemetery Movement of the nineteenth century.

The Remains of Winter

Acclaimed artist Athena LaTocha’s large-scale installation explores the history of Green-Wood’s landscape as one of continuous movement and alteration, beginning with the glaciers that shaped the land in the prehistoric era, through the Rural Cemetery Movement of the nineteenth century.

The Remains of Winter

Acclaimed artist Athena LaTocha’s large-scale installation explores the history of Green-Wood’s landscape as one of continuous movement and alteration, beginning with the glaciers that shaped the land in the prehistoric era, through the Rural Cemetery Movement of the nineteenth century.

The Remains of Winter

Acclaimed artist Athena LaTocha’s large-scale installation explores the history of Green-Wood’s landscape as one of continuous movement and alteration, beginning with the glaciers that shaped the land in the prehistoric era, through the Rural Cemetery Movement of the nineteenth century.

Recurring Event Birding in Peace

Birding in Peace

Just because it’s winter, doesn’t mean that there aren’t interesting birds to discover in Green-Wood. For some bird species that migrate south after the breeding season, Brooklyn is their Miami during the cold months. Spend the early morning exploring the cemetery, looking for overwintering waterfowl, nuthatches, woodpeckers, sparrows, finches and any half-hardy birds that decided ... Read more

Grief in the Workplace

For many of us, the workplace is where we spend most of our time, and our coworkers are those who we spend the most time with. It’s those same people we may turn to for guidance through our most difficult days. In this virtual program, noted author and speaker, Rachel Kodanaz provides insight and guidance ... Read more

Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time: Managing Possessions

Our personal possessions tell the stories of our lives. Each item nods to who we are and how we might be remembered. They may recall an event from childhood, a well-earned accomplishment, a treasured relationship, generations that came before us. When we’re faced with downsizing our own personal belongings or sorting through a loved one’s ... Read more

Living Laboratory: Environmental Research at Green-Wood

A Panel Presentation of Green-Wood’s 2022 Research Awardees Is there a higher diversity of soil microbes in cultivated urban landscapes than in natural areas? How do our landscape management practices affect our soils? Where do raccoons live across the city and what is influencing their movement? How can we better coexist with them as we ... Read more