20, the Mayor and Speaker Quinn joined the Friends of the High Line co-founders Joshua David and Robert Hammond and students from Clinton Middle School in Chelsea to toss native grass and wildflower seeds onto the High Line's existing landscape, which grew up between the rail tracks when the freight trains stopped running in the 1980s.
What does FHL stand for?
FHL stands for Friends of the High Line (New York)
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Friends of the High Line is the conservancy charged with raising private funds for the park and overseeing its maintenance and operations, pursuant to an agreement with the Parks Department.
Byline: Katherine Clarke Mayor Michael Bloomberg, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, the Friends of the High Line co-founders, and actor and High Line board member and advocate Edward Norton gathered on the iconic steel trestle this morning for the official opening of the slightly narrower Section 2 of the High Line, running between 20th and 30th streets on the west side of Manhattan (see photos above).
The High Line Portrait Project is a collaboration between the grassroots community group Friends of the High Line (FHL), New York, N.
Friends of the High Line has grown along with the project and now has 6,000 members, a staff of seven, and a $1 million annual budget, David says.
Friends of the High Line want to transform this strip of forgotten Manhattan into a grand public promenade.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Caption: Friends of the High Line founder Joshua David kicked off the winter/spring season of YM/WREA's luncheon series.