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Sustainability Project

Project Summary Keney Park Sustainability Project (KPSP) in partnership with; the City of Hartford, CCEJ, Hands on Hartford, Friends of Keney Park, Inc., Knox parks, Green Cycle, Our Piece of the Pie, North End Senior Center, Husky Sports, UCONN School of Agriculture, Aquastone Graphics, Public Access Television the Board of Education and DEEP. KPSP Is…

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25th Anniversary

This year marks the 25th anniversary of The Friends Of Keney Park. We proudly reflect on our accomplishments and remain steadfast as we continue to build a haven of nature in our community. Our accomplishments would not have been possible without the support of the community near and far. The FOKP Park Awareness Reception, “best…

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The Trails Project

Project Objectives: Plan, install, maintain and renovate over fifteen (15) miles (10 ft. wide) hiking and multipurpose trails. Works of improvement consist of preservation and enhancement of urban trails in Hartford’s Keney Park. Also exploring ways to build linkage to trail system through Keney Park and surrounding towns/communities. The project affords opportunities for the Park…

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Keney Park History

Keney Park, composing 693 acres, is one of the largest designed landscapes in the United States. An initial gift of 533 acres by investor and wholesale grocer, Henry Keney to the City of Hartford in 1894, it expanded the City’s then-emerging park system. Keney Park was designed by the landscape architectural firm of Olmsted, Olmsted…

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