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Map of Liberty State Park Summer Newsletter New Group Picnic Pavilions Open
The Gardens at LSP  Map & Guide   Friends of LSP Brochure

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Proposal near LSP

thankful sponsors

gardening

trolley battle

spring and summer programs

Kayak

updates on interpretive center

Please support these businesses within LSP which are generous Friends' sponsors:
Liberty House Restaurant Maritime Parc (Restaurant)
Statue Cruises (ferries to Lady Liberty & Ellis Island Liberty Landing Marina

The Friends of Liberty State Park is an all-volunteer, non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization that is dedicated to preserving, protecting, conserving and promoting Liberty State Park, the inspiring urban state park on the Jersey City waterfront behind Lady Liberty and Ellis Island. Since 1988, we have advocated for the protection and improvement of this open space park with its open vistas of the New York City skyline, the Hudson River and the Upper New York Bay. Our primary volunteer program is our Volunteer Garden Program which is continually beautifying LSP and always welcomes volunteers. Over 5 million visitors come annually to enjoy this recreational, natural, historic, and cultural public resource, which opened in 1976. Visionary citizens, Morris Pesin, the park’s “father”, Audrey Zapp, the park's "godmother" and historic preservationist Ted Conrad, had led a citizens movement for 18 years to transform a waterfront wasteland of abandoned railyards and decaying piers into one of our nation's most special public spaces.

 Thanks to Corporate Donors

Friends is a proud member of  EarthShare NJ - "workplace giving campaigns" which support environmental organizations.

Thanks from the FOLSP Board to our webmaster Yvonne Balcer for her tremendous effort.

Friends volunteers plant 20,000 flower bulbs every Fall.
The Flag Plaza at LSP South End The Friends fund  trees plantings costing over $30,000 each year, with selection,
delivery and donated labor
by the NJ Tree Foundation
 
   
   
   
  Winter 2010 fall  
  Winter by Michel Fall by John Tichenor