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NYC's Mulchfest Is Back. Here's Where to Recycle Your Christmas Tree Uptown.


NYC's Mulchfest Is Back. Here's Where to Recycle Your Christmas Tree Uptown.

NYC's Mulchfest is back!


The citywide program lets you recycle your Christmas tree at one of the Parks Department's dedicated drop-off spots, with the resulting mulch used to nourish the city's trees.


The initiative concludes on Saturday, January 6 and Sunday, January 7 with Chipping Weekend, when you can bring your tree to a special chipping spot and get a bag of free mulch to use in your backyard or place around a street tree.


Upper Manhattan's only chipping site is in Inwood Park (see address below).


Here are all the Mulchfest drop-off locations in Upper Manhattan, from south to north:


• East Harlem Marcus Garvey Park, E 120th St and Madison Ave


• Central Harlem Morningside Park, W 123rd St and Morningside Ave


• Central Harlem St. Nicholas Park, one block south of W 133rd St and St. Nicholas Ave


• Central Harlem Brigadier General Charles Young Playground, 145th St and Lenox Ave


• Washington Heights J. Hood Wright Park, W 173rd St near Haven Ave


• Inwood Inwood Hill Park, Isham St and Seaman Ave


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