A Park Reborn in Chicago's Chinatown


A Park Reborn in Chicago's Chinatown

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In the 1960s, a new highway in Chicago wiped out a Chinatown’s only park, leaving generations of neighborhood children without meaningful access to green space and nature. That changed in 1999 when Ping Tom Park was created, giving young and old a place to find nature and inspiration. Now, The Nature Conservancy and the Chicago Park District are teaming up with residents in Chinatown to keep this park vibrant and vital.

See how you can volunteer and connect with nature: nature.org/volunteer.